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legal. we have daily management. it was the speaker and hear ri cantor and mcduff. we were in the speakers office and we were watching and we turn t turned watch for a few seconds we thought it was something different. >> greta: once you realized what it was, there was a conversation in the room? >> we wanted to read. this is about 10:00 and by 10:30 we are were having a meeting with the republican conference. it took us about 15 minutes in which direction we wanted to go. we were talking to the leader and speaker and come back after this report period we could bring up full repeal of it. >> greta: your vote for the repeal symbolic ceremonial. you have the house to get the vote in the house but you don't expect harry reid to take it up
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in the senate to vote? >> i think the american people expect us to stand on it. i would be interested to see if democrats would join with us. speaker pelosi, we have. >> we have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it. >> the more people know what is in it, more they dislike it. i think more will join us. >> greta: has any democrats said anything to you to indicate or if you bring it up have a repeal i'll go with you? >> you'll find we have repealed other things where democrats have joined this. >> greta: have you heard anything this time? >> quite a few of them are shocked that it's constitutional. quite a few of them came to me and said we way have won the supreme court but you are going to win in to move in this. >> greta: what would you advise governor romney to do. he has the massachusetts
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healthcare and whole issue with the tax. i'm sure he is going to use that but the democrats are going to say you loved it in massachusetts. how you would recommend he strategically navigate the waters? >> i would say stick it to the economy. what the supreme court did and watch our economy dropping further, this is going to hurt it more. people are not going to make those hiring decisions with a lot of small businesses couple days before. they were waiting for the supreme court decision. stay with the economy and what the president's failures and what about broken promises. studies show 20 million, that won't be the case, you see the rising costs and president said that. >> greta: how do we know which numbers to believe? you can keep it and prices aren't going up. i talk to republicans, a lot of people won't keep it? >> prices have already gone up.
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president says you pass the stimulus, unemployment ne goes above 8%. we have been 42 consecutive months, for of a double-dip, a lost that is driven is uncertainty here and now knowing you are going to have healthcare. time is telling. we have not cared back from the economy and we are not growing and it's based on his policies. >> greta: have you heard from the democratic leadership? >> i haven't heard the leadership when pelosi walked into the conference, round of applause. that is unfortunate. either wi way that it goes, i don't agree with what supreme court did but i respect their opinion. think november we probably have another decision. >> greta: because american people are going to vote? >> look what roberts wrote. it's not the supreme court decision to decide what is good policy. they decide whether it's constitutional. think the american people get to decide what is good policy. in november they will be able to
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vote on what kind they wanted. >> greta: the tax, how much could be used against the democrats? >> i believe personally you can use the tax but what is most importantly the election is going to be about economy and leadership and lack of. we he gone through eleven recessions since world war ii, we have come out stronger and this isn't the worst one but the policies of this white house that have lingered this recession even longer. we need a new direction. that is really what this election will be about. >> greta: how about governor romney's leadership. what make you think governor romney will do it? >> i know when we were in tough situation in the olympics and he rose to the occasion. i watched it from staples up, he took a risk and grew the company. i have seen that leadership time and again. he may not be hollywood's favorite, george clooney may not
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hang out with him he will make the trains running on time. >> greta: what about vice presidential nominee? >> an individual that could become president and individual -- from what i have seen from this president, i will never support a president that has not been a governor first. you have to carry out agencies and you have to decide between a bill. i watched this president pass over ideas. keystone pipeline, even his own healthcare plan. don't make it go into effect until after the election. i want someone to lead. i think i find that one in romney and more importantly his vice presidency he will look for leadership. >> greta: a governor is what you just said, so with a governor would you like to see? >> mitch daniels.
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pawlenty would be fantastic. there is a lot of individuals. >> how about governor christie? >> i think he would be fantastic one but that is not my pick. good thing there is so many out there to be part of team to build the economy. >> greta: thanks, sir. >> thanks for having me. >> supreme court says the let the health care law stand but some republican governors are refusing to implement the law. they are counting on governor mitt romney winning the election and repealing obamacare. rick scott is one of leading proponents against the healthcare law. what does he plan to join to do next. >> good evening. this is going to be devastating for patients, devastating for taxpayers, it's going to be the biggest job killer ever. we're not going implement obamacare in florida and not expand medicaid. we're not going to do the exchange because what this does is raise the cost of healthcare for all floridians, it doesn't
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work. >> greta: let me separate out one part. take it one by one. the expansion of the medicaid. you say you are going to reject money from the federal government? >> medicaid has been growing three and a half times our general revenue. it's growing way faster -- our economy has come back. we had the biggest drop of unemployment of any state other than one. our economy is coming back well but medicaid is still growing faster. this would be devastating. it would increase the cost to florida taxpayers $1.9 billion per year. we can't pay for that. there is no way floridians can pay for that. >> greta: medicaid is one category you say that is growing and very costly to florida but medicaid expansion, what i
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understand that to be expanding the pool of people who are eligible for medicaid. as i further understand that expanded pool which is going to be paid for, that the federal government is going to pay for that hundred percent of it for a period of time and later on the future the state, in your case, florida would have to pick up 10%. is that how you understand it? >> but florida taxpayers pay for the federal government. we pay for our portion in federal taxes. >> greta: some states nursing home for senior citizens which is not an insignificant matter in your state. so other states help florida? >> no, we are donor state. we pay more than our fair share of taxes. the $1.9 billion is the expansion because of obamacare. we have an issue that our medicaid program -- look we care about having a healthcare safety
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net for the vulnerable floridians but this is an expansion that doesn't make any sense. look, every government program in the world, they say i'm going to cover everything. they run out of money. they are not honest. they stop paying providers well. then there is no one to take care of you. that is what this will do. florida businesses, there is no way. i was in a business the other day they walked up to me, governor is this going to become the law, if it does we are out of business. we have 20 employees. we won't be able to buy any healthcare for anybody. this doesn't do drive the market. this just a big government insurance program that does nothing to deal with the cost of healthcare. the free market will fix healthcare. >> greta: two options. one is you can hope that the president obama is not re-elected and governor romney. that is number one. well within that choice also is
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that the senate goes democratic. the other choice is simply to say no to the medicaid expansion and no to creating i guess these exchanges. what happens then in your state? >> the if irgs thing we're going to do is we wore going to work tirelessly to get it repealed. we're going elect individuals and get rid of it it's devastating to taxpayers and jobs. we need jobs in our state. if that doesn't happen, we're still not going to implement he is exchanges. exchanges are not going to reduce the cost of healthcare. they are going to increase the cost of healthcare. expanding medicaid is not going to help system of florida. it's not going to make medicaid better. we are going to run out of money. the things we care about we won't be able to afford. it will $1.9 billion tax increase. >> if you don't do the state exchanges, does the law does not
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provide make an exchange for you and forces you into federal exchange, is that wrong? >> i believe it's going to be repealed it will be a rallying cry on top of jobs. if it becomes law we are not going to i remember implement those exchanges because they will come to the same conclusion that i have come to. this will not reduce healthcare for americans. >> greta: since the decision came out yesterday have you spoken to any other republican governors and form a group how to deal with this? >> absolutely. everyone i've spoken to is doing the same thing. we're saying, look, we're not going to expand medicaid. we're not going implement the exchanges. we're going to do everything we can to make sure we elect individuals that are going to repeal this. we care about the citizens of our state. we know this will be bad for their healthcare. we want jobs in our state. this is going to put american
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businesses at an unbelievable disadvantage as compared to businesses around the world. >> greta: who is drawing the line in the sand with you? i think it's plain you are making your position well known and drawing the line in the sand. what other governors have you spoken to? >> if you look at what other governors are saying, scott walker, governor perry said, bobby jindal said, we all know this will be bad for the citizens of our state. we have got to work trlessly to repeal this because citizens in every one of our states needs jobs. this will be a job killer. we need to make sure we take care of vulnerable and afford it. those that have healthcare provided by state and federal government. we can't do that if this becomes the law. >> greta: is it cheaper for the system of florida if you don't have it, that instead you have a situation where people don't have health insurance they go to
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an emergency room and get medical care there, does that turn out to be cheaper for the system or not? >> i ran a program in 2009, what we should do. if we wanted to reduce the cost of healthcare we need consumers to be able to choose the health care policy they wanted. you need to know what things cost. you need more competition you should have a tax break just like a business so when you change jobs you don't lose the healthcare. and reward people for eating right, exercising don't smoke. that will reduce the cost of healthcare so more people can afford healthcare. the more government involvement, you are saying somebody is going to buy insurance doesn't mean every one of us can afford it. what has they done cheaper in the live sector. >> greta: and i hear the doctor shortage. you can't get a doctor for
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health insurance so i'm not sure what we are doing about that problem. >> look around the world, u.k. system and canadian system and they don't have enough money and providers, there are not enough providers and there are not enough doctors to take care of people. that is exactly what is going to happen. >> greta: thank you for joining us, sir. >> supreme court ruling is lighting a new fire under a the tea party. just in time for the november election so what tea party planning now. griff jenkins hit the ground to find out. >> this will energize the tea party movement. remember the tea party movement formed as reaction to the stimulus and obamacare
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unconstitutional taking of our liberties. the tea party delivered the victory in the house of representatives so we had a republican majority and the tea party will be more energized than ever before. it's not a political party. ♪ >> in 2011 and 2012 patriots across the country became more sophisticated in engaging local governments. think it empty powers us and leveraging authority to exercise our self-governing within our local states. >> so what is next for the tea
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party movement? it was the pass ang of obamacare in march that gave them the rallying call which ultimately led to their success at the ballot box. now, having been dealt a major blow by the supreme court, many groups are vowing to fight on. one group in particular, freedom works and they aren't wasting time getting started. >> we're going to be launching independence to recruit people over july the 4th weekend and we're not waiting for august townhall, we are going to turn out people in the congressional halls. this is live issue. some of you look at the ruling. we still have legislative opportunities. people look at the bill and look how unconstitutional it was and look at the government power into the economy, into people's personal lives and activists wanted to get involved. enough is enough, it's time to
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make big changes in this country. changes back to entrepreneurship and personal responsibility. goal is not just to beat the president but to build a legislative majority that can make the policy to take on the generational challenges and roll back some of she is entitlements and roll back some of these. >> we'll be here this weekend to see what freedom works as well as talking to tea party activists and bring it to you monday. >> greta: tax or penalty? it depends who you are. there is a new fight in town. you are about to hear about it. we go on the record next. and eric holder some say it's only the beginning. oversight committee are going another round tonight. latest on committee member jason. and what is genius visa and how
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>> greta: penalty or tax. chief justice john roberts and at majority of the supreme court say the mandate is a tax
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but the white house is still insisting it as is a penalty. you have a choice. you don't have a choice to pay your taxes, right? which is it, penalty or tax? why does it matter. rnc chair joins us. chase to see you. >> nice to see you. >> penalty or tax. >> the supreme court says it as tax. i personally don't agree. it doesn't matter. theoremmed it is constitutional. we have a president who doesn't know how to make a promise and keep a promise and we will pound away on it. he broke his promises to middle class families when told them he wasn't going to raise taxes. funny thing is the lawyers came to the supreme court and argued in front of the supreme court that it was is a tax. so first the president said it wasn't a tax. his lawyers argued that it was a tax to make sure that they prevailed in the case. now, david ax axelrod and carny are saying it is not a tax.
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the supreme court ruled it is a tax. i can't stand the decision. doesn't matter. we going to have a really a battle for freedom this this country that is going to come to roost in november. and i think that the american people are going to reject europe in the white house and they are going to accept the fact that we need to preserve the american dream in this country. >> greta: my guess is that the democrats don't care how it is labeled. they know how they are going to vote and the republicans, the farther to the right and left they don't really care whether it is how it is called they know how they are going to vote. it is the independent and sort of the moderate republicans and democrats who may be moved a little bit by how it is labeled but my guess is i think they will probably be moved on this particular issue whether they like the healthcare and not how it is labeled. >> people don't like the idea of having government run healthcare and boards reviewing how much money. >> greta: that is different than the label. different than whether it is
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called a tax or a penalty. they may not like it and may go your way on it the independents and moderate democrats and moderate republicans but that you is different from the label. the label is sort of an interesting board game we are playing. >> just use the supreme court's words. i mean i think the supreme court takes precedence over jay carney's opinion or david axelrod's opinion. they said it was a tax. >> indeed, they did. >> it is a tax. we respect the decisions of the supreme court even though i don't particularly care for this one. they said it is a tax. now, the democrats may have won the battle. but i believe that we are going to win the war are. and the fact that nancy pelosi is celebrating with parties and the dnc is sending out vulgar tweets in celebration. >> greta: what is with that? the executive director of the dnc the deputy -- >> actually the chief of staff, i think. >> greta: i mean he had a rather vulgar reference on a tweet. >> a couple of them. >> a couple of them.
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>> sure. >> greta: and no one is speaking up within the democratic party and they do talk about the war on women and this would be a good time to speak up. not fire them but at least take them to the wood shed. >> and we tried to call them out ton and it didn't matter. i think what it also illustrates is not just the callousness of almost $300 billion tax increase or raid of half a trillion dollars on medicare all of the things that they say they are against but certainly now they are for, it also shows you that the level of celebration shoulded illustrate to everybody that they didn't think that this piece of legislation was going to survive the constitutional test here. and it did. and the celebration was off the charts. we will be celebrating in november because this is energizing our base beyond belief. >> greta: i hear from karl rove and joe trippi that the hispanic vote is critical come november and i'm curious what governor romney whether he has
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a plan about illegal immigration because it is a matter of great concern to everybody. does very a plan? >> of course, he does. he lays it out very clearly. you can look at mitt romney .com and see it. number one, he believes that, first of all, immigration is an issue of national security and that first thing we need to do is lay out a border fence that actually makes sure that we can keep that border from being to porous that is number one. he believes in the e verify program to make sure that employees and employers can be tested immediately been hiring. >> greta: how about the 12 to 13 million illegal in it country. >> you you have heard mitt romney talk about different methods of pathway into the country but the fact of the matter is this president is the president whether it be the healthcare or whether it be his promises to immigrants this this country. he promised the world.
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>> greta: he has done nothing except gave a speech at american university, however is that he at least at the moment has the wind behind his back after what he did two weeks ago and if the hispanic vote is so important if governor romney wants to be left he has to deal with the issue. >> blanket amnesty is not the answer. >> greta: i'm not saying it is the answer. i'm saying it is an important matter. >> what is important is that they know that president lied or was so grossly negligent it amounts to a lie. when you say i will create this pathway to citizenship or the dream act in the first couple of years of being president you have nancy pelosi and harry reid and didn't do anything and now coming in through the backdoor when the constitution says you have an obligation to enforce the laws in place, it as charade and that is what the president is about. in love with the sound of his own voice. can't follow through on a promise. >> greta: it is not over yet
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>> greta: new shots fired in the first showdown. less than 24 hours after the house holds attorney general eric holder in contempt the justice department fires back. the justice department asserting attorney general eric holder's actions do not constitute a crime and thus he will not be prosecuted. house oversight chair darrell issa is not happy about that. his spokesperson saying it is regrettable that the political leadership of the justice department is trying to intervene in the effort to prevent the u.s. attorney for the district of columbia from making an independent decision about whether to prosecute this case. good evening, sir. >> hi, greta. >> greta: i have a copy of the letter from the department of justice to speaker boehner that says there will be no prosecution of the criminal contempt. i assume you have seen this, is that right? >> yeah, yeah. >> greta: and how do you feel about it? >> well, it is amazeing that the white house wants to have a both ways.
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on the one hand, they say that he is not independent enough and they will not pursue this enough and he hasn't committed a crime. he was just held in criminal contempt. but at the same time they want the same u.s. attorney to be able to pursue the investigation of the probe of the leaks of the intelligence leaks that are happening there in the white house. so they are trying to have it both ways and that doesn't make sense. there is another alternative. we had a second vote yesterday and that is to go to the civil court for the house of representatives to hire an attorney and go make the case before the court and hopefully they will find in our favor. >> greta: when do you intend to go to civil court to seek essentially enforcement of this subpoena? >> it is being put together right now. we had anticipated this. it was unfortunate. we thought that the obama white house would move quickly to seal off any opportunity for the u.s. attorney to do the right thing and actually go pursue this in the criminal court.
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but at the same time, so we had foreshadowed that and that is why we had a second vote give, the house the authorization to do that. even more democrats piled on top of that one and that is what we are pursuing. >> greta: what is your explanation for why the subpoena is not complied with? the attorney general and the team over at d.o.j. says there is nothing in the documents which, of course, the next question if there is nothing in it why don't you you turn it over except if it is part of an investigation unless is it is part of a grudge maybe they think that congress is being too pushy and overstepping its tort. what is your working theory as to why it has gotten to this and why the documents have not been surrendered? >> a bit more of a theory at this point. greta, i do believe that what we would see within the documents is a concerted effort to obstruct congress. obstruction of congress in our work is a crime and if you had people scrambling to protect
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and not provide access to witnesses and not provide access to documents then you could see where this blossoms up to something much more. remember, brian terry was killed in december, mid december of 2010. in 2011 an i.c.e. agent was killed in mexico and when you see that in mid february you see a scrambling within both homeland security and the department of justice where suddenly oh, my goodness we have a second agent that may have been killed from the weapons. they couldn't ultimately prove that he was killed from a fast and furious weapon but a whole concerted effort to move a different direction and that is when you start to see the scrambling. jason weinstein goes down to phoenix and gives a glowing report of the atf. only later then in august to try to rescind all the glowing comments. you this scramble between when we were sent the bogus letter on february 4 up until when they rescinded it in the latter part of the year. and that is where i think the
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department of justic justice ie wow this gets much deeper and ultimately don't want to provide the documents. >> greta: i think it is painfully shameful that we have a dead border agent and a year and a half later we have not given answers to the family and i think that the answers could have been provided long before now. that means that i think is a disgrace. i'm sort of curious whether anything is in the documents or not. often times investigations people get information from whistle blowers or sources that give you a reason to sort of pursue something. do you have -- and i don't know that you do. is but do you have any information from whistle blowers or sources that it making you pursue any particular documents and anything you are after? >> greta, this isn't over. there will be more subpoenas issued and more witnesses called before the committee. if the democrats think they can walk out of the vote and be done with it and say hey, we are up for election, that isn't going to happen. i made a promise to myself and
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to. there is more coming. >> greta: do you have any sources or whistle blowers that sort of piqued your interest so you are zeroing in and looking for particular documents. i don't know that you have that but do you have that? >> absolutely. i'm not sharing them on the show don't but they are coming. i know you were doubtful and america was doubtful we would get to this point. we shouldn't be that the point. the attorney general should do the right thing and barack obama should do the right thing. the president should put this to rest but he hasn't. we he have a duty and obligation and moral imperative to pursue it to the end of the earth. we will do that. it is going to happen. i'm not going let go of this and certainly chairman issa is not going to let go of this. there is something fundamentally wrong here and we will get to the bottom of it. >> congressman, thank you, sir. >> thanks, greta. >> greta: is it the next solyndra? how much this time and what government officials signed off on this one. the answers next.
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years in prison for scamming investors. for the latest headlines, go to now we go back to on the record. h us here at -- >> greta: should president obama stay out of the solar energy business. who can forget h him touting solyndra and a facility that cost you. tonight, another solar company goes belly up. abound solar is shutting down and guess who signed off on spending your money this time? >> fact today i'm announce thank the department of energy is awarding nearly $2 billion in conditional commitments to two solar companies. the first send is abound solar manufacturing which will manufacture advanced solar panels at twtwnew plants creating more than 2,000 construction jobs and 1500 permanent jobs. a colorado plant is already underway and an indiana plant will be built in what is now an empty chrysler factory. when fully operational the
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plants will produce millions of state-of-the-art solar panels each year. these are just two of the many clean energy investments in the recovery act. already i have seen the payoff from these investments. >> greta: washington examiner chief political correspondent byron york joins us with the latest. all i can say i ouch. >> in september of 2010 they published the 100 recovery act projects changing america. abound was is number 17. they had a lot of hope for it. they got 400 million north dakota loan guarantees but it hasn't been performing up to speed for quite awhile. it only got $70 million of the money. the question is is all of that going to be lost. >> one thing the private investors knocking down the doors to invest. they are looking for a place to place money. the second thing is this power is a pretty dumb business
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decision because it has gone belly up as solyndra. the third thing is i would like to be alternative energy and be successful and get off our dependence on foreign oil but when you keep having stupid business decisions and tell the american people that solar energy is a lousy thing to do, he is killing the solar energy, any possibility that we can develop it. killing it. >> this is another building mitt romney can stand in front of and have a press conference. another issue in the campaign where republicans are going to basically say that the president and democrats in congress have kind of a faith-based belief in solar energy. it is not as if republicans would stop all of this. and by the way, in indiana, a lot of republican lawmakers supported this money going to abound. they wanted this money to come into the state. but romney is going to say look, the fact is the vast majority of our energy needs are met right now by gas, is
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gasoline, natural are gas oil and will stay that way for the foresee hable future. >> greta: if president obama and the department of energy made smart sound business decisions we wouldn't be having this discussion. i mean but they are not. they are throwing away in money and making stupid failed business decisions. are you don't try to build up a company that it costs nor build a product than you can buy come place else. >> and president recently said on the campaign step he wants to double down and green energy. h is something that the administration continues to believe in strongly and you will see romney pound on this. >> greta: nothing wrong with green energy if it is smart successful green energy. that is what is missing. >> it is not applicable on a mass scale jet it is not working. >> that is the thing. >> not long ago a romney advisor said to meow know what if the stimulus for president obama's investment firm how is
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>> greta: 11:00 is almost here, flash studio leets, it's time for last call. how does the president feel about the health care rule something jay leno has the answer and the video. >> did you see the president's reaction to this supreme court rule something it's interesting. he didn't want to gloat but if you watch body language, you can see he was feeling pretty good about it. here he is today. ♪ [ music ] .
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>> i think he's feeling pretty about about it. >> greta: that is your last call. thank you for being with us tonight. make sure you go to greta and let us know what you thought about tonight's show z take a look at this videthis, is the white house, we're having the most-wicked storm here in washington. we hear winds are 70 miles per hour. anyway, good night from washington. we'll see you monday night. a ba. tonight. >> greg: hello. i'm the chatty cherub greg gutfeld. she is so hot the sun rotates around her, kimberly guilfoyle. he is saltier than a boardwalk pretzel, bob beckel. went from rounding bases to predicting races, eric
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