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never said it, never thought of it. >> bret: one week, that's it for this special report. fair, balanced, unafraid. make it a great weekend. take some time off. here's martha. >> martha: good advice. great to see you tonight. breaking just moments ago, we just received word that senator bernie sanders, candidate for the nominee for democratic party has been released from a nevada hospital, they did confirm that candidate sanders did suffer a heart attack, and that's what led to his admission to a nevada hospital. they put two stints into senator sanders and he's doing well according to all reports and has been released but conforming down the confirming what sentiment there is a heart attack, developments on that this evening. rudy giuliani responding latest to the impeachment probe,
president trump convincing the country it's corruption in the politics that the new ukraine dealer look into the bidens. >> everything to me is about corruption. we want to find out what happened with 2016 and did you know there's a lot of work going on about that? but i don't care about biden's campaign. but i do care about corruption. >> martha: that is the message of the day coming from the white house and from the trump campaign. just remember, the key parts, one key part of the trump-zelensky phone call in which president trump said, biden went around bragging that he thought the prosecution so look into it, it sounds horrible to me, he said. and president zelensky said, the next prosecutor will be 100% my person. he or she will look into the situation specifically to the company that you mentioned in this issue. and then today, we have a new prosecutor in ukraine.
announced he'll be doing doing exactly just that. he will reopen the burisma case and several other cases that have been dismissed when joe biden successfully got the previous prosecutor fired. >> here now we are viewing all the cases that were closed or split into several parts that were investigated before. in order to be able to rule, to reverse those cases were illegal procedural steps were taken. >> martha: the new prosecutor said he's doing all of this absolutely on his own. >> not a single foreign, ukrainian official or politician has called me or influence my decision regarding specific criminal cases. >> martha: that should be big news. rudy giuliani also sang tonight that this was not about 2020 but about a corrupt biden legacy he says he was looking into long before joe biden decided to run. sat down with me earlier to try to convince everyone that this is all about corruption and not about 2020 politics.
you listen and decide. what's your reaction to the fact that this new prosecutor has been put in place to reopen this case including burisma. >> thank god. the fact is this case was closed in october of 2016 right before the presidential election by pressure from joe biden, a bribe. if they reopen it and they do a thorough investigation that might lead to the president of ukraine who may have been paid to do this. the reality is that this has to be investigated. what democrats have been doing for two and a half, three years is covering it up. a lot of what they are doing with this impeachment thing is to cover up biden. a couple of steps. biden gets the prosecutor shokin fired. a new prosecutor comes in and does three corrupt things.
he dismisses the case, he dismisses the biden case a couple of months later, he dismisses the burisma case. the only thing i knew that biden knew that he was going to dismiss the burisma case but had an effect of dismissing the other case as well. frankly, i don't think biden knew it, but i can't exploit it, it hasn't been investigated. but because he did it may be on purpose, may be inadvertently, he cut off all kinds of evidence that would've explained the steele.ca and made it probably impossible to ever have mueller because it started to be revealed in 2016 and you would've seen some of the false attributed to russia - remember, steele was never in russia. these people told me -- how stupid are you people? >> martha: we heard from kurt voelker, he spent a lot of time, he said that joe biden never did anything wrong. >> he wouldn't know that. >> i'm telling you what he said. he said he believed you were
being spun in the ukraine and leading you to believe that there were things going on that one is going on and that's what ended up being put in this document that we just saw that hold up, i let you talk. i'm going to ask you this he can respond to it. he also -- he was concerned that some of what you were pursuing was going to make it look like ukraine was not only involved in 2016, which i think everybody understands the desire to look into 2016, but that he didn't want it to appear in any way if they started to look into biden again that ukraine also was trying to get involved in 2020. he was very concerned that there might be that complement and it would really reflect badly on this new government. >> kurt never said that to me -- the one it's all in this transcript. >> i don't know what's in the transcript. he never said it to me. kurt, all due respect, a great diplomat. he doesn't know anything about investigating. doesn't know anything about
crime. kurt never investigated it. >> martha: he's a diplomat, that's what he does. >> you know the first thing i asked him, show me the investigation. they haven't investigated. they have taken the word of people who have an interest of covering it up and they are not investigating it. i asked only one thing from them. i do not ask for a result, i asked for investigation. for three years, these very dramatic allegations of corruption of not been investigated and i beg to differ about biden being 2020. biden did what he did from 2014-2016. he did it as vice president of the united states. let's just say it's true, one of the major sellouts by a vice president in the history of our country. how can the president of the united states not want that investigated? remember, this all started -- and a desire to have investigated going back to november of 2018. it ended -- might mitigation ended in march of 2018. go look at the documents. i investigated this for the sole
purpose of an defending donald trump. i wanted investigated for the sole purpose of donald trump. i've got to finish the final thoughts, it's one of the reasons. at the time i began this investigation, at the time i ended it, he was not a presidential candidate. >> martha: but he has now. >> how would i know that -- >> martha: i understand what you are saying. >> but the concern is fraudulent! the concern is political spin! how would i say as a lawyer in 2018 that they are explaining to me how the crime that my client is being investigated for was committed by others and the vice president of the united states committed a very big crime, i'm supposed to say i'm not going to investigate that because joe biden is sitting at home thinking about running for president of united states two years later? isn't that ridiculous? >> martha: i think it's a good point, i understand what you are
saying. >> the democrats are covering up corruption. massive corruption. >> martha: but don't you understand -- >> of course i understand. >> martha: i understand completely that you want to look into it, bill barr wants to look into it, the origins of the 2016 election. >> and corruption, joe biden 2016. >> martha: that triggers something different. he's running for president against the current president and it triggers concerns that what is being requested is a little bit of a dig, everybody knows that the hundred biden situation is very sensitive. it's something that's absolutely going to come up. >> he's very corrupt. >> martha: there are different elements to the hundred biden story. because you have to be naive -- >> martha: this is >> martha: july 25, kurt voelker to andre your mack
associate to zelensky. says good lunch, thanks. assuming president zelensky convinces trump he will investigate them and get to the bottom of 2017, we'll have a date for a visit in washington. good luck to you tomorrow. >> that's very good. does it say 2016? it doesn't say president trump wanted to interfere in the 2020 election. it says the president wants you to investigate substantial allegations of credible crimes by high level american official officials. exactly what obama didn't do five years ago that could've stopped the whole thing. >> martha: one thing you've absolutely succeeded in doing his push this to the forefront and i think -- it's already -- you should be delighted. now the prosecutor -- >> i'm going to tell you another thing. i never investigated china for
the very reason you criticize me for investigating china because -- >> martha: i didn't criticize you for investigated china. >> the media would criticize me. i'm getting criticize for investigating a situation in which he put in himself. i didn't pay the bribe. i didn't know about joe biden. i'm being criticized for investigating that. imagine if i started investigating china? i know i could prove china. >> martha: have you investigated china? have you talked to people in china about joe biden? >> i convicted the commissioner of the mafia, 1,000 mafia members, 200 crooked politicians, democrats and republicans. give me credit for having a nose for corruption and crime? >> martha: i absolutely give you credit for having a nose for crime. >> i can smell it. here's what i smell. china is the bigger sellout than ukraine and the democratic party is scared out of their minds because display per pay scandal
does not just involve biden. the big questions that need to be asked when "the new york times" first exposed the enormous conflict and criticize -- how could you have your son taking money from a corrupt oligarch? >> martha: he was asked that many times. >> why didn't obama stop it? >> martha: if there are indications they were concerned in the obama white house about it, they talk to him several times, they didn't want to step in. maybe they wish they had. >> why? isn't it similar to clear hillary and the clinton foundation? >> martha: absolutely there are parallels. >> do you see a pattern there? is it possible if we break this open, we are going to find out the obama administration might be one of the more corrupt administrations in a very long -- >> martha: we'll see. is it >> is it possible that the democrats cover it up and fight for their lives, violating
laws in order to violate the president of united states? make no mistake about it. the president of the united states is very serious and lawyers are working to sue those guys directly, individually. not a joke, not a threat. we've got lawyers working on it as we speak and thank you, schiff, because you keep lying every day. he knew about the whistle-blower. and you lied about it? >> martha: we reported it. i guess a lot of people look at the situation, let me ask the question, the state department and all these diplomats who have a lot of experience in ukraine and spent a lot of years there who feel very differently about this situation than you do, they don't see under the rocks what you don't see under the rocks. >> may be if they saw what i saw under the rock space wouldn't be going on in ukraine. maybe donald trump is going to fix it all because he's a disruptive president who knows how to break up the swamp.
rudy giuliani is not going to fix it. donald trump is going to fix it. the reason he's president of united states, they are just walking around with their shoes on and haven't done a thing about corruption, in the ukraine, contribute to it. do you know what they say in the ukraine when they talk about corruption? they say bullet. don't you think an american president has to crack that open with the very diplomats that couldn't find it --dash -- >> martha: maybe president trump will solve all the corruption in ukraine -- >> no, he didn't -- >> martha: i'm just repeating what you say. many americans look and say exactly what you are doing in this situation? why are you, the president's personal attorney, what is your personal -- what's your mission? >> to disrupt the world. my mission is to defend my
client. >> martha: it's in the interest of your client to find out what happened with joe biden and burisma -- >> please, that's a miss characterization, martha. >> martha: tell me. >> which would involve collusion in the election into which joe biden inserted himself -- >> martha: isn't that what bill barr is doing? >> bill barr wasn't there when i was doing it. >> martha: what's different from bill barr and your role? >> there was no bill barr when i did it. >> martha: you started before he did, i get it. >> i started the investigation november 2015. >> martha: i understand that. >> i ended the investigation march of 2018. every fact i have because back to that. how could it possibly be to affect the 2020 election. how could i possibly have known that he was going to run and why would i have not investigated him as he was central to the whole story and they gave it to me? i was going to say, no, it's like the biden thing, the
american press will attack me if i go after that. i'm very discouraged that everyone re-examines why this wasn't stopped in 2015. >> martha: you are doing it. >> if we had an honest president. >> martha: okay. carson will hurt who also served as an undercover officer for the central intelligence agency response to the rudy giuliani interview coming up next. i wish i could shake your hand. granted. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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world leaders who could prove he was innocent or being tortured, the aclu would award me -- >> martha: to find out what happened with joe biden and burisma, not the country -- >> that's a mischaracterization. it's in my best interest to unravel the corruption in the ukraine. >> martha: texas congressman will hurd, former cia agent who sits on the house intelligence committee. congressman, thank you very much. good to have you here tonight. >> good evening. >> martha: the message of that is it's not about politics according to mr. giuliani. it's all about the deep desire to root out the deep corruption in the ukraine and also as it extends to the democratic party and his argument for why joe biden is relevant to the larger corruption picture is because he fired the prosecutor and all those other cases fell away, one of those other cases may have led to the big 2016 corruption that he is seeking.
how does all of that sit with you? what do you think about that? >> that's a lot to impact there. i think that's one of the reasons we should be having these hearings at the house intelligence committee. let's start with a whistle-blower, i think we should be protecting the whistle-blower because they made an allegation, they are just that, allegations about wrongdoing that we should pursu pursue. i think mayor giuliani's perspective on this and understanding what he's doing, disrupting the world actually mean, how's it going about doing that? it's an important perspective. i want to hear from hunter biden, his name has been thrown around a lot. what actually did he do? we should have that in front of the committee. i wish that chairman schiff was doing this in the way to try to uncover the truth rather than trying to end with some preconceived notions, but i think the way the senate is trying to move forward on this investigation to understand what
really went on, what happened, what did the ukrainians actually believe so we can ultimately put this to bed because i wish we were talking about how are we working with ukraine to push out the russians? the russians invaded that country. that's the whole reason we are having these conversations. that's where i think we should be talking about the u.s. foreign policy, to show the rest of the world that if the russians did something like that again, we would be there to back it up. >> martha: you said you'd like to hear from rudy giuliani. would you be asking him to come forward to the committee and answer your questions? >> i believe a majority of the house intelligence committee have already asked for him to show up. i don't know that. i don't get a say in who shows up. that's determined by chairman schiff. and i'm sure mayor giuliani is one of the people that is ultimately on that list. there's a lot more folks from the state department because part of the concern here is a private citizen pushing forward
with u.s. foreign policy, what actually happened, get some context to the call from the july 25th -- there's a lot of questions. >> martha: his answer to that as far as i can tell is he believes there he is the only person who can do it. he has contact, he's going to uncover all of his corruption, and the fact that the ukraine government, the ukraine government said that they exonerated or did not find any illegality in burisma or the biden connection, doesn't matter to him at all because the whole government was corrupt so we've got to start over and that's actually what they are doing right now. >> well, we may invite you to come and participate in the hearings to unpack some of those things and get to the bottom of some of these answers. but yes, they were already several investigations into a number of these countries. we know there is corruption and ukraine. the u.s. government has
participated, worked with the ukrainian government on this issue. making sure to understand the house committee on intelligence is understand the allegations, how they are made by the whistle-blower. they want to see everything, others want to see, i want to see let's get to the truth. >> martha: that it be nice. >> that'd be helpful. >> martha: thank you so much, congressman heard. thank you for being here. house republicans blasting intel chair adam schiff tonight over his hander with a reported contact of the whistle-blower. they are the only ones. even "the washington post" tonight slamming adam schiff for making flat out false comments. trey gowdy up next. in lots of flavors.
>> we have not spoken directly with the whistle-blower. we would like to. but i'm sure the whistle-blower has concerns that he has been advised as the law required by the investor general or the director of national and terran religions just to how he's to communicate with congress. and so the rest of the whistle-blower is retaliation. >> martha: the comments from adam schiff a few weeks back landing to the house intel chair and soe hot water. "the washington post" give them four pinocchios by claiming asking if the public cannot trust mr. schiff to be honest on the origins of his information, why should he trust the claim that the information itself is serious. here now, trey gowdy. former house oversight committee chairman and a fox news contributor.
good evening to you. what do you think about the four pinocchios? >> i think he got four because you cannot get five for he got the maximum senate you can get and do you know how hard that was for "the washington post"? to give adam schiff four pinocchio's? >> martha: they did to their credit. that's >> that's the second sound of the apocalypse. i've got to get my affairs and order. he's also a career offender, martha. a same guy who had the parity, week or so ago, to have mueller that mueller couldn't find. how long is speaker pelosi going to put up with adam is handling this investigation. here is he taking it away from jerry nadler. i'm sure the guys and gals are not happy. if you are going to do it, don't
make stuff up, adam. he is in the evidentiary chain what happened with this was a blower and i hope the republicans make him testify. >> he easily could've answered the question easily and say yes, he contacted us, herded through the proper channels. why do you think he didn't? does it say something about deeper involvement on his part? what does that reveal, that he wasn't willing to say that, i wonder? >> in the words of patti loveless, he's got a little trouble with the truth. why does anybody lie, they are afraid the truth is going to get them in trouble. schiff has received a pass -- the whole time i was in congress, i don't ever remember a negative word about him. i member him complaining republicans would meet with whistle-blowers. i would remember him complaining when the republicans wouldn't meet with witnesses that he wasn't present.
the third mistake he's made -- may be the most major investigation he's ever going to be part of. i don't know how long nancy pelosi is going to put up with this. >> martha: what's the impact of that? what's the impact of the case? the lead person on this is making these missteps. how important is it for the big picture? >> how bad was it when mark fuhrman investigated in o.j. simpson's murder? the -- i'm not prejudging mark fuhrman, but i am prejudging peter strzok. for anyone who wondered if adam schiff can be dispassionate, i never wanted that. but if any of your viewers did, he makes up facts and openings, with the truth would've served him just fine. he just decided to lie about it. >> martha: this is a piece of sound from susan rice who says there is an attack on democracy
coming from 1600 pennsylvania avenue. listen to this and i want to get your opinion on it. >> for the first time i can remember, our country is in effect under attack. >> you write that in your book, you believe. >> the attack is coming from within. it's coming from 1600 pennsylvania avenue. for all the security threats i saw as national security advisor, all the challenges we face, i never thought i'd see that. >> martha: what do you think of that? >> i think that might be the same susan rice who went on the fox morning talk shows to botch every single fact what happened in benghazi, libya. i think it's the same susan rice who threatened to run against susan collins because she had the unmitigated temerity to vote for brett kavanaugh for u.s. supreme court. the biggest threat to our democracy is when people who don't like trump and didn't vote for him want to undermine and reverse election results. that's what's going to do with sin as a republican. look, she didn't vote for trump.
she didn't vote for him, but you still have to respect the fact that lots and lots of people did and he won the electoral college to say that's a threat to democracy and that you happen to disagree with someone? you undermine the election to get rid of someone simply because you wish they were not in office. >> wise words. thank you very much. good to see you tonight. coming up next, the supreme court will take up an abortion case for the first time with justice brett kavanaugh on the bench. governor mike huckabee joins us with thoughts on that big news tonight. i can't believe it.
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>> roe v. wade. are you familiar with the case? i am >> i am, senator. >> can you sit down with you and four other judges and overturn roe v. wade just because you wanted to? >> roe v. wade is an important precedent to the supreme court. >> what are you doing for lunch, let's overdo roe v. wade -- doesn't work that way. >> i understand what you're asking. >> martha: it's been times since justices cavanagh and over louisiana law that requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges 30 miles within their clinic. supporters say the law is about keeping women's safe. opponents say they'll leave that state with only one abortion clinic. it's the first abortion case
that it'll here with the majority in place, the decision will come months, we'll see you, former arkansas governor and fox news contributor, good to see you. this will be interesting with the configuration of this court and the question that will be before them is whether or not having this rule that stipulates that these doctors have to have admitting privileges at the hospital that's not too far away supersedes the issue that it would limit the entire state to only one abortion clinic in a state where abortion is legal, and federal law that says abortion is legal. >> first of all, it doesn't outlaw abortion. i wish it did. i'd love to see abortion a thing of the past, i'd like to see it go away with slavery. something that we stopped doing only got civilized enough to realize how barbaric this is but that's not what this case will do. it does not only say that there will be one abortion clinic,
there may be one that meets this criteria, but it's a criteria that should be met. this is a serious surgical procedure. i'm amazed that women don't insist that abortion clinics have the most sophisticated medical equipment available and the doctors who perform these procedures should be licensed and should be required to be licensed and have admitting privileges in the hospital in case it goes wrong, which it does. women do die in these. >> martha: the more medical care that's close by in these situations, you wanted to be as rare as possible. but it obviously raises these broader questions in a country where abortion at this moment in time is legal, and you say you'd like to see a completely overturned. planned parenthood put out this statement, the supreme court announced it would take up a case which could decide the future of abortion access in this country. all right to say from a legal abortion hangs in the balance. they clearly feel the big
question is on the table here. do you think it is or do you think the court finds a way to push that kind of decision off into the future! >> the court needs to decide whether or not abortion funding -- they need to have the same kind of medical requirements that, we'll say, botox or a plastic surgery clinic or some dental clinics have to have depending on the procedures that they do where people performing the procedures have to have medical admitting privileges. again, it doesn't get rid of abortion. i think if planned parenthood is so intent on that and apparently they are, they should make sure that the doctors are certified, they have access to hospitals, they can admit. the abortion issue, martha, is ultimately going to be settled in only decide on the personhood of the unborn child, not whether or not the doctor has admitting privileges. >> martha: won that question comes in the supreme court, it's going to be a historic moment on all sides, to be sure. this is a very interesting
moment. this to me is one of the big stories of the week, it seems like. there's a lot of big stories out there this week. but this judge, tammy kemp, walked over to this woman, amber guyger, who is heading to jail for ten years for the killing of a man who lived in an apartment nearby her. she shot him twice. the judge handed her a bible. the atheist groups it is perfectly respectable we believe our carbondale justice needs more compassion from judges, but let's not have compassion crossed the line to -- >> big of that group needs to ga grip. here's what i'd say to them. if you'd like to provide a group, go ahead and tell us which one you like to provide to that person. i was grateful that the judge decided that there was a role for both justice and mercy in the same courtroom and that's what she exhibited and i thought it was powerful.
and right after that incredible moment that i think brought the entire nation to tears, the brother and the victim asked to hug the person who killed her brother and embraced her. we need more of that. we need to see god's grace in action. i just don't know what this group possibly can see wrong with the judge extending both arms of both justice and mercy at the same time. >> martha: i agree. a beautiful, human moment that we need to see a lot more of in this country and they set an example for all of us in that courtroom this week. good to see you, governor. thank you very much. >> thank you, martha. have a great weekend. >> martha: hillary clinton getting very candid with the stunning confession of a personal life. >> personally, make the decision to stay in my marriage. >> martha: a special edition of ladies' night with the women
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answer is never. never. so here's what happened for the dow was up nearly 45%. the s&p up 38%. the nasdaq -- look at that! 53% since president trump was elected and on top of that you got unemployment at a 50 year low. 3.5%. so now nearly three years later, out with another prediction, warning people to prepare now for the coming trump slump. he may be the first president of modern times to preside over a slump that can be directly related to his own policies rather than bad luck. join me now, three of my colleagues from fox business which had a big refresh, beautiful pictures all over the building outside. great to have all of you with us. i'm not sure why anybody listens to paul krugman. he's made a lot of false assessments of what's going -- i
would stop at fox business, personally. what would you think? >> he made interesting points. he isn't wrong, yes, no president can take for 100% credit. >> everybody knows that. that's no relegation. >> wall street is not red or blue. the markets prove they wanted a business person in that chair, and that seed, they got it. look at all the regulations he's rolled back, the pro-business policies, the tax reforms, the companies to go out and higher. >> i've talked to a lot of business owners who are very enthusiastic. another big thing is folks on wall street, they think the market factors a trump win. do you think that? >> 75% of the market expects him to win. >> that's pretty remarkable to the polls. >> you see the action when warren starts to lead, there is
a sell-off because she'll roll back some of those relegation regulations you talk about and go up against big tech that's what you see a lot of with his -- the economy doing great, only concern is the trade war. business investments would increase. >> martha: definitely. let's move onto juicy topics topics of the night. watch this. >> i think the guts he is thing i've ever -- well, personally, make the decision to stay in my marriage. how about you? >> no. goodness, i'm so overwhelmed by my mother's answer, i must admi admit. >> martha: probably the most real movement i think i've ever seen from hillary clinton. very interesting. >> isn't really a normal marriage? it's a political marriage.
>> i don't think that is fair to say honestly. >> i think it does take guts to stay in a marriage that has been through that and i think a lot of women would say you should walk away. but the very courageous choice is to stay. >> 44 years of marriage and we've all been through personal trauma and difficulties. but to be able to withstand that in the public of disdain and scrutiny as well, i thought that was really honestly very vulnerable of clinton. >> i agree and i think they can be one part, gutsy, she was like to personally by her partner and to the public. this may sound crass, it could come as self-serving because she knew that one day she would run as a politician, as a president candidate from a presidential candidate. who is going to vote for a divorcee? >> i know a lot of people think it's not a real marriage.
you know, it's not an uncommon assessment. i think it's a very strong political -- >> it's a partnership. but i think there is something there. there are people who really do horrible things to each other, like on some level have this deep connection, i remember reading in the book about them that they talk to each other three hours on the phone every single day no matter where they are. i think they have a mind meld which goes beyond -- here i am like that. i'm a marriage therapist, that's just my -- because they have a a great daughter. >> they do. maybe that'll be part of her political future. we'll see. meghan markle. holy cow -- this letter, writes a heartfelt letter to her father which everyone knows talks to every tablet about her and she's begging her father, the person who brought her into the world, "please, dad, back off. ." you are fixated on the lies you
are writing about me and goes on to say, especially those manufactured by your other daughter who i barely know. you watch me silently suffer at the hands of vicious lies! i crumbled and died. prince harry comes out, they are now suing the tabloids, the male >> 's good for him supporting his wife and going after the british press. donald trump thinks the american press >> issue really that surprised that given she's married to the fourth in line for the british crown, this is what happens to her? >> it happened to fergie, it happened to diana. they can sell a lot of magazines, i guess. >> she's a royal now, royals are supposed to be quiet and you aren't supposed to invade their privacy, they aren't supposed to talk out and go on tours. that's not the case with this
relationship now. the british press is just crazy. they are so invasive. this is good that they were going after them because -- think of the hacking in the early 20ht from president trump and we'll get a free thought. >> under the #metoo generation, we aren't supposed to say -- all you young brilliant guys never, ever call a woman beautiful. please. you aren't allowed to do it. >> we've gotten to too sensitive in this country. come on. >> women are beautiful! a year and a half ago, i'm canadian. i would say that it's more pc here than i ever imagined. >> you are all beautiful! we got to leave at that. thank you so much, ladies. more of "the story" coming up
>> martha: that is the story on this friday, october 4th, 2019. as always, "the story" goes on. have a great weekend, everybody. i will see you back here on monday at 7:00. good night. ♪ ♪ >> tucker: goowell, good evening and welcome to tucketucker karl tonight. we are nearing the end of our second full week of total saturation ukraine coverage. that means every channel, every hour of the day. so at this point you would think it would be obvious what exactly the fuss is about. after this much talking, you would assume every person in america would understand what crimes donald trump is being accused of committing. even now the story still feels obscure and strangely light. there is nothing mysterious or weighty about it. we already know all of the facts. there's a transcript. yet they still don't seem