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right now, at least, mark kirk is not making the case that he definitely needs to go back to the u.s. senate this year, not that they're counting on his leadership. i said watch this space. you're nearly guaranteed that this story will change again some time very soon. we'll see youn again tomorrow. now it's time for the "last word" with lawrence o'donnel. >> you were working when i tweeted about cher joining us tonight. >> no way. >> on the last word. turns out no way, as a matter of fact, because -- no, she was campaigning all weekend with hillary clinton and had the long trip back to california today from massachusetts, actually from providence town, which is like massachusetts -- it's way out there in the atlantic ocean. >> i had friends who were there for the event this weekend. they said the only thing that half of providence town dressed up like cher so nobody could
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tell who the real one was. >> that can happen. >> cher tweeted back saying, she'll be here tomorrow night. >> very nice. >> so i just wanted to correct the impression that the world has that cher is going to be on here tonight. >> gives me time to get my outfit together. >> oh, toss tomorrow night, come on. you can do it. >> we'll talk about it tomorrow. >> think about it. any way, i can help with that. >> if you do it, too, i'll do it. >> oh, boy, we've got something to think about. talk to you tomorrow. thank you, rachel. donald trump is now really running scared, i mean, panicked, so scared he's decided to flip flop on one of the central issues of his campaign, the issue that first fired up republican voters, the issue he started talking about as soon as he came down the escalator on that first day, donald trump is in the middle of a complete reversal on that issue in a desperate attempt to pick up
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votes. and tonight his friend, bill o'reilly, tried to help him pretend that he isn't betraying his original supporters in order to pick up new ones he needs to win the white house. >> we're going to get rid of the bad ones, the bad ones are going to be out of here fast. >> will that plan include deportation. >> you're going to have a deportation force. >> what do you have to lose? give me a chance. >> beat her. >> he said by 2020 he'll have 95% of the african-american support, why are you laughing? >> well, that's donald trump. >> i have a great relationship with blacks. >> unless the blacks are a family of white people, i bet he's mistaken. >> look at my african-american over here, look at him. >> you're living in poverty, your schools are no good. you have no jobs. >> your lives are miserable, you live in hell. >> what the hell do you have to
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lose? >> tony, trump act. >> i just get the feeling we're going to win in a landslide. [ applause ] >> this is the last word on campaign 2016. >> with 77 days left until the election, the trump campaign tonight is in all-out panic. the campaign's panic is not about the impossibility of making donald trump a better candidate or a better person, the trump campaign is now panicking about the candidate's policy positions, especially the policy that has made it mathematically impossible for him to win the presidency. how do you deport? >> you do it. >> are you going to have a massive deportation force? >> we're going to have a deportation force, you're going to do it -- >> when mitt romney lost the presidency while winning over
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27% of the hispanic vote, everyone with a brain in the republican party, which then, believe it or not actually included sean hanty said republicans are going to have to do something on immigration reform they will not be the party who wants to rip families apart, everyone with a brain then knew it would be mathematically impossible to win the presidency without increasing hispanic support. back up to the george w. bush level to 40% in 2004. donald trump's new campaign manager who has never managed a campaign of any kind, realizes it is impossible for donald trump to win unless he changes his position on deporting 11 million people. she arranged a meeting with donald trump and a group that the trump campaign calls the national hispanic advisory council for trump. on saturday in donald trump's
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pretend cabinet room at tump tower. jacob monte a texas immigration lawyer who attended the meeting said afterwards, "i really liked that trump acknowledged that there's a big problem with the 11 million people who are here and that deporting them is neither possible nor humane" he said that donald trump told the group that he would announce a plan to grab legal status to those 11 million people, that wouldn't be citizenship but would allow him to be here without fear of deportation. donald trump's initial surge in the polls, in the republican primaries was based on racism, bigotry and hatred of president obama. with over 60% of trump supporters believing donald trump's lie that president obama is not a natural born citizen and 66% believing that the president obama is muslim. the only policy, the only policy
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position that fuelled the start of donald trump's campaign was his treatment of the southern border. he would build a wall, force mexico to pay for it. and he would deport all 11 million undocumented people here, deport those 11 million people to the other side of that wall. that was the trump plan, until this weekend when donald trump told the people in that meeting, that he would not deport 11 million people. here is donald trump's campaign manager yes. >> to make sure that we enforce the law. >> will that plan include a deportation force, the kind that he -- you heard in that sound bite and that he talked about during the republican primaries? >> to be determined. >> and tonight on donald trump's favorite tv show, he completed the reversal of his position on
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deportation. >> we're doing to obey the existing laws. now, the existing laws are very strong. the existing laws, the first thing we're going to do, if and when i win, we're going to get rid of the bad ones, we have a lot of bad people that have to get out of this country, they're going to be out of this country so fast your head will spin. we have existing laws that allow you to do that. as far as everybody else we're going to go through the process. >> go through the process, in other words do exactly what we're doing now. donald trump now has no intention of hiring deportation force. he has no intention of doing any more deportation cases than the obama administration has done and tonight, for the first time ever, donald trump credited the obama administration with having deported a lot of people, which it has the obama administration has deported more immigrants than any other presidential administration. donald trump once praised the mass deportations to mexico
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carried out during the eisenhower administration, but tonight donald trump condemned president eisenhower's massive deportation. >> you wouldn't do that? >> i never said, i never heard the term. i'm not going to put them in a detention center. >> you cited dwight eisenhower. >> -- it was in 1952 who, by the way, deported tremendous numbers. >> he rounded them up. when you cited him as an example of someone that -- >> no, i said that it's -- >> yeah. >> i said that it's something that has been done at a very strong manner, i don't agree with that. i'm not talking about detention centers. >> joining us now, theresa, he
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does not approve of what dwight eisenhower did as of tonight. >> right. and then if you saw his in ohio, he basically said, here first political add on friday is how he's doing to add it up. it was very reminiscent of sharing angle ad that ran in nevada against senator reed that brought out the latino community, again, solidified california as a blue state. donald trump, i don't think realize that latinos speak english that's why he keeps going back forth. we speak both and we are keenly aware of what his agenda is. they may not like hillary clinton, they're like, shoot, can i vote for this guy.
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>> is this the final turn in the immigration story with donald tru trump? on the wall, he only says it when the audience yells it to him, then he goes off prompter and he mentions the wall. but his campaign staff has taken any reference to the wall out of his speeches. it's up to the audience to create it. so where are we with the wall, where are we with deportation and is where we are tonight with trump, where we're going to be next week on these subjects. >> here is what we know, we know they're going to continue to be unpredictable. we know he loves speaking, we know the reason he loves speaking so he can feed off the crowd. to your point, lawrence, the crowd wants to hear build that wall, build that wall, build that wall. we know the reality is it's not that simple. we know he doesn't really
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speak -- he speaks declaratively but he doesn't speak specifically about what that wall means and how you're doing to build that wall. we know that's not possible. what's interesting here kelly ann con way, veteran, i've known her for many years. she's not a campaign operative in a true sense of the word. she's not like a carl or ken melvin or robby, so she's probably looking at this through focus groups, as she should. she's probably looking at this from a polling standpoint, be she's trying to change the messaging, the reality is the substance of donald trump is still the same. they're trying to put lipstick with a pig and i think the american people, not just republicans, by the way, but independents are saying we're not going to buy this -- of whatever you want to call it, that's known as donald trump. it's just not real. >> kor dell, cornell that follo campaign manager's advice, he is
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trying to reach out and try to do something about his terrible score with hispanic voters and black voters, but in order to do that, he's at least for the moment reversing a major policy position of his that could lose him votes in the base. so is there a way for him to increase out reach to other voters without giving up some of the voters who got him started? >> lawrence, first i want to thank you for having me here tonight because i was sitting around, i had, you know, nothing else to do, i was sitting around in squaller, uneducated, unemployed, which is part of the trump pitch to african-americ s african-americans. i think it's about watching moderate voters. i mean, if you look at the african-americans, if you look at his pitch to hispanic voters, you have to think that hispanic and african-american voters are
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going to forget what has happened to the entire year, he's been bombastic about, you know, sort of antiimmigration, you know, showing racist tendencies, you know, pushing xen phobia. you'll have to say, i don't remember what happened the last year and trust him he's doing to do a better job than democrats on reforming immigration. i don't think this is really about, you know, winning over hispanic voters. i think you have a middle suave of american voters who are uncomfortable supporting someone who is a racist. this is about inoculating some of that. >> let's listen to his new pitch to african-americans and latinos
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which is, what have you got to lose? let's listen to this. >> crime, all of the problems to the african-americans who are employed, so many, so many people. to the hispanics, tremendous people, what the hell do you have to lose? give me a chance. [ applause ] i'll straighten it out. i'll straighten it out. >> what do you have to lose? >> our safety. i mean that seriously. we have so many incidences of young kids crying when donald trump is going to deported, my classmate says i'm going to get deported. there are nine-year-old, six-year-old american kids. he's calling turmoil is getting in latino community, asian community, really frightened to be secure. so the idea that this man is going to be our next president, not only can he get guaranteed
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increased turmoil, but for sure you can guarantee increased turmoil worldwide. >> marshall of the clinton campaign issued a statement tonight in response to this saying, it could not be clearer how much african-americans have to lose on donald trump, he's doubling down that set our community back and further divide our country. again, this is not surprising, this is a man who questions the citizenship of the first african-american president, has a disturbing pattern of courting white su premipremacyist. robert, those are all things that the trump campaign would need people to forget in order to pick up support in these communities. >> i have a question and a statement. can we actually -- can anyone believe that we're having this conversation about a presidential candidate? i'll be lying to everyone on sin ko -- cinco de mayo.
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he questioned our president's basically his legitimacy to be president and also his legitimacy to be an american. i don't understand why we are even having a serious conversation about someone that is polling at 0% with african-americans. i have no idea with what he's polling with latinos. this is someone who says, oh, there's my african-american out there, there he is. he's my friend. and he says so it -- almost -- i don't think he's being mean. i don't think this is malicious here. this is what he thinks. and this is the true authentic candidate that is running for the presidency of the united states and we really have to ask ourselves the question, take the republican label off. take the democratic label off, is this what we want in the white house. is this who we want to represent us. is this the person that's going to bring us together when he
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tweets about these type of incidents and talks about latinos and african-american and women and people with disabilities. let's just have that conversation. >> i want to go back to the first thing cornell said which is about the state of life in american for black people today. let's listen to donald trump's depiction of that. >> it is a disaster that african-americans are living in many cases and in many cases some of the latinos are feeling. what do you have to lose? right now you walk down the street, you get shot. >> your reply to mr. trump. >> it's such a disconnect. it's such a tremendous
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disconnect from the realities of what black and brown life is. it's feeding into the most serious stereo types that gives comfort to his base. i mean, look, most black people aren't gang bangers, most black people aren't unemployed you know what we don't need, we don't need someone like donald trump to come save us. we're doing a pretty good job strooiing. moving forward on our own. we don't need a donald trump to come and save us m we don't need a great white hope to save us, but thank you. >> and something really -- what really turns me about the fact he's like i'm reaching out to your community, at the same time i'm going to send my thugs to make sure you're not voting improperly. he's not bringing anybody together he's speaking in code and constantly dividing
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americans. >> thank you all for joining us tonight, appreciate it. >> thank you. >> thank you. coming up front page report showing that donald trump has much more debt than he's admitted to, including a massive debt to the bank of china. what would it mean -- bank of china is controlled by the chinese government -- what would it mean to have a president who is financially indebted to china? ♪ with this level of engineering... it's a performance machine. with this degree of intelligence... it's a supercomputer. with this grade of protection... it's a fortress. and with this standard of luxury... it's an oasis. introducing the completely redesigned e-class. it's everything you need it to be... and more. lease the e300 for $549 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. is 22 pages long. did you read every word? no, only lawyers do that.
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here is one little fact that the commercial break did not allow us to squeeze into the last segment where i wanted. george wallace candidate running for president in 1968 actually got 3% of the african-american vote. donald trump polling lower than that right now. up next, bill clinton announced a big change in his relationship to the clinton foundation today while donald trump attacked the foundation in a new way.
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today bill clinton said that if hillary clinton wins the presidency "i will step down from the board and no longer raise funds for the clinton foundation." that statement came after last week's announcement that if h l hillary clinton is elected president, will not elect funds from foreign entities. the foundation should remove a political and actual distraction
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and stop accepting funding. if clinton is elected, the foundation should be shutdown. the boston globe endorsed hillary clinton in the primaries and will surely endorse her again in the general election no matter what the clintons decide to do about the foundation. a week ago, long-time clinton supporter, i definitely think if she wins the presidency they have to disban it. i know it will be hard for president clinton because he cares very deeply about what the foundation has done. it will be impossible to keep it open without, at least, the appearance of a problem. now, having had a chance to confer with the clinton campaign about this, this morning the earlier remarks were amended. >> should there be a wall between the clintons and any fund-raising going forward, yeah, i think so, absolutely. i would set up the strongest chinese wall they could. could it be turned over to
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partners and people of clintons to trust and run if the secretary to become president without any of her knowledge who is contributing. yes, i think that can be done. >> jonathan shay from new york magazine his new column is entitled "hillary clinton's ethics problems is worse than she understand." how do you see it? >> i think ed have it right the first time he made his comments and before they maybe had a little chat with him. look, the purpose of the clinton foundation is a very positive one. the purpose is to leverage the thing with the clintons into raising money for charity. but the problem is that it has a side effect. the side effect is that rich people who want the favor of the clintons for any kind of public policy know that they can get that favor by giving money to the clinton foundation, if you give money to the clinton foundation, then you're one of those people, then you're at the front of the line for a meeting,
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post, whatever it is you're after. it doesn't mean that it's necessarily corrupt, but it's just not the kind of public policy you really want your president to be having. i think it's a bigger political problem than the clinton campaign really seems to be aware. >> let's listen on the way donald trump is talking about this now. this is what he said tonight. >> her foundation took in large payments from major corporations, wealthy individuals, foreign and do mystic, the clintons made the state department into the same kind of play for play operation than the arkansas government was. the amounts involved, the favor is done and the significant number of times it was done, require an expedited an investigation by a special prosecutor immediately, immediately, immediately. >> one of the points you make in
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your piece is that one of the reasons you suspect hillary clinton on the clinton campaign, don't understand the way this plays is that they believe that the clintons have done nothing wrong, therefore, nothing really needs to be corrected, but your argument is about the perception of this. >> well, it's the perception of this and the possibility for real conflicts to arise from this foundation and public policy. part of the problem -- as you just saw -- there are critics are often his stair cysterical hypocrite cal. and donald trump is one of the fam buoya flamboyant people to speak -- they're right, but that can't be the standard that you hold yourself to. you just can't be much better than your opponents, you can't rely on the fact your opponents go over board, you need to look at yourself. you need to say are we doing everything the right way and in this instance, they're not. >> i think of jay rockefeller
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senator from west virginia and the great enormous rockefeller foundation that he had -- he had no connection to, really, as he was a senator. that is such a different thing. that was the rockefeller family giving away their money, not taking contributions from anyone. and so governor rockefeller in new york, senator rockefellers in west virginia they had nothing to do with taking in contributions to this thing. >> that's exactly right. that's where the problem comes in. the problem comes in that they're in a position of asking favors from powerful people. now, it's not a personal favor. it's not like the speeches that they were giving to these business interests, it's a favor for this foundation. when you ask someone a favor, that person is going to feel owed and that's a problem. >> what about the notion if you're going to change this practice in the presidency, why not change it right now. >> that's exactly right. why not change it right now, why
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not change it during the campaign when there's still the same change point above the charitable foundation. i don't see how anything like this foundation can continue if you want to change these programs over, you can do that. but as long as there's a world in which someone says i give money to this cause, maybe i can get my call returned from hillary clinton. maybe i can get this meeting or this post, that's something that can't accept. >> coming up the "new york times" report on donald trump's debt, including a debt to china. the reporter who broke the story will join us along with david k. johnston the author of a new book. later, his new tv ad stars donald trump. that's in tonight's campaign war room. maybe it was the day you realized your baby was not a baby anymore.
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clinton is right about one thing, i understand debt, i made a fortune for debt. obama has piled it on and she's been there watching. the lead story on the front page of the sunday "new york times" reports donald trump is carrying much more debt than he has publicly admitted to. he add acknowledged $315 million. but the "new york times" found that companies he owns have at least $650 million in debt. among the lenders he owes millions to are bank of china,
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one of the largest banks in the country that mr. country has railed against. and goldman sachs, a financial institution. he has said controls hillary clinton, the democratic nominee after it paid her 675,000 in speaking fees. tim kaine used the "times" report on the campaign trail. >> this is who donald trump is in hawk to. the state-owned bank of china. trump has never mentioned a word of thchis. we know this because a newspaper did some digging. >> here is how donald trump responded to the "new york times" piece this morning. >> i have very little debt. now, the smart people that read that story thought it was a good story. some people didn't understand the story, but when you get to $300 million or $600 million,
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when you have massive buildings and big assets that a small amount of money. i have very little debt. >> joining us now, suzanne craig the "new york times" reporter who wrote the piece on donald trump's debt. his new book, the making of donald trump is currently on the "new york times," best seller list. suzanne, this is really exhaustive piece on this. to donald trump's point there that he said this mornings, i have very little debt. what's your reaction to that. >> it comes down to, and i think what he's saying, i'm worth so much so i have very little debt. the struggle we went through after all of this has been brought up. i grasp when they came to it at least $350 million number. we've never been able to independently verify how much he's worth. >> that's the problem. >> it's a struggle. >> it's very little debt out of how much, how big is the package and we have no idea. >> no, we don't and he won't
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have allow for independent evaluation. the other thing the story focused on is the relationships behind the lending. we saw separately he's got three private partnerships where it was harder to sort of, you know, breathe in and try to get in and who is behind those and what are the partnership agreements say. these are three buildings where he's got substantial loans on. he owns 30% on two of them to bachman of china and deutscher banker, he's not directly responsible for the guys. the buildings he has these are the lenders on him. they're separately on the form that he didn't disclose. it's all achblt that he parameters of what he's asking to disclose, there's a lot of relations that will hard to asser stain, he'll be entering the white house, if he's
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elected, the question is who has this and who are the people who has these, not surprising he owns a big business. but a lot of them are hard to get out and more brought to this issue. that's what we came to the conclusion of after months of working on. >> david he has had trouble managing his debt in the past. he took on way too much debt in atlantic city and what's why things cashed for him. >> donald trump we found out in 1990 he had $9 million debt on a signature. i think what's extraordinary here in this extraordinary wants perry, doug out what she was able to get. imagine if president obama had so much as -- >> from chart, you use -- what would fox news be doing 24 hours a day, what would the "wall
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street journal" editorial page be saying about this. >> we need a full count. we know that obama -- we know that trump has received millions of millions of dollars. we can connect him in various ways to him. we don't understand the depth of those connections. we have never had, before, a presidential candidate that's in hawked to the chinese government in beijing, and receiving large sums of money from the leader in mosc moscow. >> suzanne, we've never had a transparency problem as severe as this. people are concerned about, our -- it doesn't concern me. the four -- it's clear who is contributing there. you can track things and you can feed your suspicions with that or not. but here -- without the word -- we had no idea, we didn't even
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have a hit of any of these relationships. we've got a financial dpis closure from. but once you start digging, you liez there's other information and that's -- the transparency is really frusing. >> just lay it out there, we can see and we can make our determinations about what we concerned about. there such love, the pri vart ner -- we don't know the terms or pressure. there's lending relationships and some are public that he did disclose. his disclose sure, he'll say it's greater than 50 million and the loan is actually, you know, 160 million in the case of one home. you did know the drawing and found it out in many of the investigation. it was disruption on the office. it's all of this information is so hard to get up and then separately, you know, the big
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question overhang, a lot of the campaign is toxic. these to bes were turned. he couldn't release them, from his point of view, i don't blame him from the rest of the country's point of view, i think it's usually important that he does -- >> it will be a huge person over public policy. this is -- it's very important and you look at just how significant that is when economics situation uncovered the 2008 financial crisis. when, you know, things go sideways, you want to have -- you want to know what the pressures are being brought to beftd every year who go out there a year and just, you know, all the strengths behind the scenes. you want to have a better understanding. >> i want you to take this and
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do this real quick. >> the goldman sachs d donald trump was into project alone for $10 million. he said hillary clinton completely corrupted by golden sacks by $650,000. >> it's remarkable that he's in ad hoc to go for it but hillary is the one who is corrupt. he's ad hoc to deutsch bank. many of the illegal tax shelters that wrote and about were deutsch bank tax shelters. they have gone out of this way to damage the american policy for its profits, donald trump relies on them as a lender. we need to auns his finances for not releasing by his own tax returns from -- through 20088. the the. >> suzanne craig, thank you very
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time for tonight's campaign "war room" hillary clinton's campaign released this new ad today. >> in times of crisis, america depends on steady leadership. >> knock the crap out of them, would you, seriously. >> i know more about isis than the general's belief. >> and calm judgment. >> and you can tell them go -- bleep themselves. because all it takes is one wrong move. >> i would bomb the shi out of him. that's just one. >> clinton week reserved another $80 million of tv advertising time, $61 million that had been on point to june. they've made about spending $5 million to air this ad.
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>> in hillary clinton's america, the system stays rig. illegal immigrants convicted of committing crimes will get to stay. our border opened, it's more of the same, but worst, donald trump is american, he's secure. criminals kept hending out. our families safe. change that makes america great again, donald trump for president. >> 77 days left from the presidential candidate. joining us now is feature from trump. what's your -- first of all, what's your read of the hillary clinton ad, basically a commander in chief ad? >> the hillary clinton ad, i am in support of hillary, it's effective, because it goes right to the doubt republican party has. the significant -- whether donald trump is fit to be
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president of the united states and commander in chief. i think it's very effective to add. what about the trump add. >> i don't think it's very good for trump, it's good for us. first of all it's not well done. i think the production value is low. the announcer seems like he's -- it doesn't do anything the problem is, from a political point of view is aimed at his base, well his base is going to vote for him no whatever what does you. i'll shoot somebody you would shoot something for him. that's nod good enough. he's at the point where heads needs to expand that significantly or he's not going to win. >> the clinton campaign tweeted this about donald trump's first tv ad that he just saw. in case you thought for a second trump was genuine about feeling regrets. he's back to demonizing immigrants again in his new ad
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today. that goes to your point, you know, the ad is not reaching -- it doesn't seem to be me to be targeting anyone who wasn't already voted for donald trump. >> if you did get it out reaching out to everywhere. it's one day, now i've done it now, everybody sees the abs. and is dot problem in this race is that we're -- whatever appeals to his base turns off a large number of domestic voters. that's what we do. he can't mack up and we skns also epts. let's take about the waup -- let's do it in their tv ad campaign. >> you've got to see this gooi, oh, i don't know what i said. i don't remember. he's going to like, i don't remember. >> putting a wife to work is a
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very dangerous thing. i don't want to say you're too much like a chauvinist, you have to be wealthy in order to be great. >> i like people that work showers. >> that's one of the things that the punk campaign has and the fact they have going forward is the super pack modernizer. that's a devastating add. it reminds every american that donald trump does have the value of the vast majority of americans and he doesn't have the values of what american is all about. the first thing out of it is more effective, trurn shouldn't be president. this devastating this is a guy who doesn't share our values as a nation, you can't have a president like that and we want. there are thing states that are going to be a huge election, in the campaign's capacities to do
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tv advertising. donald trump, $5 million is all they have to come up with confusing, a bis of how much each candidate has raised. my understanding, not from the prince stories because this isn't what the prince stories say. the majority of the going trump said not rnc. so i'm a little confused about what run dds if the rnc is running the ads and he's in $20 they'll take it and put it in the races. howard dean shu very much for cashing it loued an they didn't promise you. you want to go do that. >> about something his wife was going to do, well, she lahasn't done that yes.
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that's exactly two weeks ago that donald trump told that lie. that his wife would have a press conference one in a hundred. let's play "hardball." good evening. i'm chris matthews. donald trump is making news on several fronts tonight. he called far special prosecutor to look into hillary clinton's actions. he said the justice department couldn't be trusted because it is a political arm of the white house. he says he will prioritize by

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