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about trump. keep that in mind. in some ways, that has also been the story. this kind of media cocooning has been perpetuated. it's like everything is hunky dory. thanks for being here tonight. that is "all in" for this evening. rachel maddow starts right now. >> thanks, my friend. thanks to you at home for joining us. at this hour, there are some things that are awkward right now about being a true blue died in the wall donald trump supporter and they definitely are. they are all over the country and in all 50 states. you probably know some of them. if you weren't one yourself. you are definitely related to one of them at least by marriage. so em fa thiz -- or sympathize even if you can't empathize. say you are a donald trump supporter for real, say you live in virginia. you're a woman who supports
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donald trump and for whatever reason, your politics or your own, you really like donald trump. you fervently like donald trump and you want him to be president. and you are a little bit worried and, frankly, a little bit annoyed with your own political party because you have heard over the last few days that the national republican party is wavering in its support for the republican party's own presidential nominee this year. this guy who you very much support. you've seen news of that over the last few days. you've seen prominent republicans running for office and republican prominent elect owed figureses over the last few days dump donald trump and say they are not going to support him anymore. you saw news this morning, the top republican in congress, speaker of the house paul ryan, he's going to, quote, not defend donald trump anymore. whatever that means. paul ryan is still endorsing donald trump but he says explicitly today he's not going to defend him.
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it's a little weird but, you know, if you're a donald trump supporter, these headlines are concerning to you. so you are a republican, you support trump, you're worried that your party seems to be going wobbly on your candidate. and then you hear that there's going to be a demonstration at the headquarters of the national republican party. now, again, in our hypothetical here, you live in virginia. let's say you live roughly in northern virginia, so you're not even that far from washington, d.c., and the republican party's national headquarters. and you know what, you decide that now or never, let's go. there's going to be a demonstration against the national republican party getting wobbly on my candidate donald trump? let's go. i am going to put my heart on my sleep. i'm going to wear out some shoe leather on behave of my candidate and make my voice heard. so you get in your car or on the train and go into d.c. to go participate in this protest. it is a women for trump protest outside republican party
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headquarters today. and you get there and there are lots of other women there, probably a few dozen other trump supporting women just like you. and you're looking around, yore happier there and then right in the middle of the protest there's this guy. now, again, this is a women for trump event. this man's sign says it's better to grab a p word than be one. and you know what the "p" word in question here is. let "the new york daily news" help out unless you've forgotten what donald trump said on the "access hollywood" tape released on friday. so this women for trump event did happen outside national republican party headquarters today. a pro donald trump protest billed for a women for trump event and in the middle of it, there's this guy. now, to be clear, this guy is
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not an ironic anti-trump protester there to disrupt the event and make all of the women feel bad about being there. he is a trump supporter. he did media interviews at this event as a trump supporter explaining why he was there, to try to pressure the rnc into being more supportive of his candidate donald trump. to show support for his candidate. happy for trump women event. better to grab the p word than to be one. ladies, but you know what, 29 days before a national election, provocative actions like this tend to have consequences and it turns out the organizer of this rally today, outside republican party headquarters, organizer of the rally turns out to have been the virginia state chairman of the donald trump campaign. he got fired from his job as trump's virginia state chairman today over this protest. now, to be clear, he was not
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fired by the trump campaign because there was a guy holding a sign that said "better to grab a p word than be one." he wasn't fired because it was a guy holding that sign standing in the middle of a women for trump event. no. the campaign manager for the state of virginia for the donald trump campaign was fired today, apparently, just because there was a women for trump event held outside the republican party's headquarters today. the nominee has fired his swing state campaign manager in virginia for the crime of organizing this event at rnc headquarters, designed to pressure the republican party into supporting donald trump more fully. this guy with the "p" word sign, not the problem. never mind this guy. that's just trump world now. that's what it looks like to support donald trump now. the real sensitive subject is what might bother the republican party or division between the
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republican party and donald trump. at 5:00 this afternoon, reince priebus did a 14-minute phone call with the entire rnc with all 50 state leadership of the republican party. in that call, he told the whole rnc that everything's great between the republican party and donald trump. never mind what you might have heard. everything is awesome. >> first of all, i want to make it very clear that the rnc is in full coordination with the trump campaign and we have a great relationship with them. nothing has changed in our support for our nominee. i mean, if there's any one thing that is our job to do, is to support the nominee that was clearly elected. we are not walking away from anything. the trump campaign and the rnc's working together. everything is on course and i want you to understand that. we just in fact greenlighted a
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number of things this afternoon in coordination with the trump campaign. we are in full coordination with the trump campaign. we've got a great relationship with them and we're going to continue to work together to make sure that he wins in november. >> if you think there is a national republican party separate and apart from donald trump at this point, the republican party would like to disabuse you of that notion. i think a lot of people are fantasizing. some republicans and other people are fantasizing that there is a republican party separate and apart from donald trump. but it's jus there talking about the one purpose he has in life, which is to elect donald trump. paul ryan did succeed earlier today in getting press when he
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declared that he personally would not defend donald trump but honestly what does that mean? paul ryan wasn't defending donald trump anyway. that's not in his job description. paul ryan is not changing anything, that we can tell, about his relationship with donald trump or how he's behaving as the top republican in congress. paul ryan is still endorsing donald trump. he's still, as far as we know, voting for donald trump. he is still hoping donald trump gets elected president in november and working toward that end. paul ryan is still the highest-ranking elected official in this party that explicitly says it's in total support of the trump campaign and fully coordinated with the trump campaign and has organized for nothing so much as getting donald trump elected to be president of the united states in november. to the point where there are pro tou trump protests against the republican party because the republican party and trump party are one in the same and don't let anybody suggest different. again, to be clear, from this
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morning, this guy, this guy with this sign in the middle of that demonstration, he's fine. this guy does not bother the republican party at all. that's how they are running their nominee for president. what bothers the republican party now is any suggestion that there just might be any difference, any distance between the republican party and donald trump. that is what is offensive. so as i say, a slightly awkward time to be a donald trump supporter today. sympathize here. empathize. a slightly awkward time to be an earnest trump-supporting northern virginia middle-aged lady standing there at the protest next to the guy with the "p" word on the sign, better to grab the p word than to be one. women for trump. part of the reason i think it is almost inherently getting awkward to be a trump supporter in some parts of the country is because we now have pretty solid
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evidence that that's becoming a more and more lonely status. did you see this n about. c/wall street journal poll that came out today? it's almost nuts. it's a good poll. this poll is sound. but the results are almost impossible to believe. i mean, just for context here, last month in this poll they asked likely voters their preferences between hillary clinton, donald trump and the nominees from the libertarian and the green party. hillary clinton last month was leading by six. now, same poll, same question, she's not leading by six anymore. she's leading by 11. she's leading 46 to 35 in a four-way race. if you make it a two-way race, just head to head, hillary clinton was leading head to head by a lot. up by seven points. now, same poll, head to head against donald trump, hillary clinton leading by 14 nationwide. donald trump at 38% nationwide in a head-to-head poll?
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where is ross perot hiding in these numbers? right? that's crazy. the last time we had a presidential election decided by that margin, the electoral college map looked like this. that was when -- do we have that? yes. there we go. that was the 1984 presidential election, ronald reagan won re-election and beat mondale by 18 points. mondale only won his own state. i mean, we haven't had a landslide like that in more than 30 years. and most people think it is structurally impossible for us to have something like a 14-point landslide in this country right now. regardless of circumstances, of the candidates, we're just not built for a labd slide like this anymore. if she's up by 14, those numbers are real. this polling was done before last night's debate. notably, it was done right after the "access hollywood" tape was released on friday in which
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donald trump was caught on tape talking about grabbing women by the "p" word which was inspiring to this young man today at the rnc headquarters. in this poll that was taken right after the "access hollywood" tape was released, the impact of donald trump standing as a presidential candidate, i think it's clear in the huge margin by which hillary clinton has moved ahead in the polling but it's also clear unsubtly and explicitly in the part of the polling where they ask about that tape. in this new national poll, they ask about donald trump's statements on that tape and 38% of all voters say that trump's statements on that tape alone disqualify him from being president. 38% is not a majority but when 38% of the population doesn't just say they are not going to vote for you, 38% of the population says you are disqualified from this office.
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38%. you are not going to win that office if 38% of the people think he shouldn't be allowed to run for it. i mean, we will see in subsequent polling whether the impact of that tape wears off or whether donald trump's defense at last night's debate was that it was just locker room talk and he's going to go blow up isis, whether that defense is persuasive to the american public. while we await that information, though, i think it's fair to say that everybody's also just waiting for the other shoe to drop in terms of more nuclear political material like this. you saw the polling effect of that tape. what's going to happen when there's more trump being caught on tape saying stuff like this? because there will be other instances that turn up of donald trump talking on tape about women and about sex in a way that is likely to skeeth out the
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population. even if you're talking about stuff that has already circulated, it's a matter of looking, what skieves you out when it comes to finding a -- >> melania is in a horrible car accident and i don't wish this on her. you know that. >> right. >> i've spent time with her. she's a lovely woman. >> luckily, she survives. >> she likes, you, too. >> she survives. her body is fine except for the fact that her left arm is paralyzed now. it hangs there like a piece of meat. 100 stitches to her face, most of her face was intact except on the left side, her eye, there's a big red blotch and it oozes. >> oh, dear. >> the doctors can't do anything for it. so aside from the gimpy arm, the left eye oozes and the fact that
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her foot was mangled. >> how do breasts look. >> they look great. >> okay. that's important. >> would you be able to stay in a relationship with her? >> oh, totally. >> as long as the breasts are okay. donald trump speaking in april 2005. pick one, right? that was five months before the "access hollywood" recording where he bragged, i don't even wait when you're a star, when you're a star, you can do anything, grab them by the p word, you can do anything. both of those conversations recorded in 2005 months after he married his third and current wife. the tape was broadcast in 2005. that was broadcast. mother jones reposted it online this spring in light of the trump presidential candidacy. you can start with what is out
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there in the public record already but if you want more, it is clear that there will be more. this weekend, cnn posted more ex erpts of donald trump from radio interviews in the past, including the size of her daughter's breasts and he doesn't like women over the age of 35 but 12 years old is too old for him and used his position of the miss universe pageant to walk in unannounced on pageant contestants while they were not wearing clothes. he said, "i sort of get away with things like that." these things are already broadcast and to a certain degree known about donald trump. the issue is the next shoe that many people expect to drop, which is not stuff that's already within broadcast but unbroadcast tape from the production of donald trump's media appearances, including "the apprentice."
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the huffington post was able to obtain and nor has the campaign responded to our request for comment on "the huffington post's" publication of this alleged transcript but according to the transcript, trump reportedly says about one woman who appeared on the show that year, quote, her skin, her skin sucks, okay? she needs some serious f'ing dermatology. except he doesn't say f'ing. you know, the revelation here is not so much that donald trump insulted another woman's looks, right? the revelation here is that apparently, reportedly, there are transcripts. there are transcripts about some of the unbroadcast material that was taped for "the apprentice." now, the production company that has produced that show, they put out a sort of more fis statement tonight saying the producer of that show that created that show, "does not have the ability nor the right to release footage
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or other material from the apprentice." now, the production company clearly created the material, clearly owns the material. so it's not clear why they wouldn't have the ability to release footage that they own let alone the right to release footage that they own. clearly they are feeling the pressure to know what else donald trump might have said on camera. i mean, clearly there's an interest in knowing that now that he's a kwacandidate for president of the united states, in particular, we know what tapes like this can do to his public standing but imagine the appetite for knowing what he said on tape once he became president of the united states. will other tapes come out until he's president. imagine the way those could be used not just against him personally but against the country if he were the president of this country. i mean, the production company that filmed "the apprentice" and has that outtake material which
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we've had described by multiple people who work on that show, they've tried to settle this matter and take the heat off themselves. i'm not sure they have with this statement. in addition, the outtakes themselves may have been transcribed which opens a new avenue of inquiry and then there's also the fox news wild card, where one of their on-screen personalities, geraldo rivera, he has tapes from his own multiple interviews with donald trump over the years and from multiple instances not of him interviewing donald trump but of him spending time with donald trump. he has now said on fox news that he and his brother are reviewing those tapes and have already found instances that they say would be considered embarrassing in the current political climate. now, it's hard to imagine that the fox news channel will be the outlet to release those tapes if they are indeed embarrassing to the republican nominee but this year, who knows. and if there is a prospect of
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donald trump becoming president of the united states, it's a matter not just of civic engagement, not just a matter of partisan consequences. it's a matter of potentially national security. it's a matter of the interests of the united states of america if the united states president could be subject to blackmail from material like that if people knew it was in circulation. so if you are that donald trump supporting woman in virginia, this has got to be a little bit of a hard time. we know that your candidate was nowhere in the polls, down 14 points head to head against clinton. even if you were delighted with how trump performed against hillary clinton, we've also learned today that nobody watched that debate. ratings for the second presidential debate last night were down 21% from the first presidential debate. we also know that what you have to expect between now and the next presidential debate, if there is going to be one, that inevitably, other shoes are likely to drop in terms of donald trump's history of
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off-putting remarks particularly about women and how he treats them. you're probably still absorbing the shock from the one shoe that fell on friday and shocked by the fact that this made this guy happy and now in your republican party, that kind of guy and his support for donald trump, that's not seen as an embarrassment, not seen as a problem anymore, according to the republican party right now, you, women for trump, protesting outside of the trump headquarters this morning, you are the problem and potential firing offense and not the guy with the sign with the "p" word on it. it's an awkward time to be a donald trump supporter. but hold on. it's early yet. for lower back pain sufferers, the search for relief often leads... here... here... or here. today, there's a new option. introducing drug-free aleve direct therapy. a tens device with high intensity power that uses technology once only available in doctors' offices. its wireless remote lets you control the intensity.
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yesterday, the birmingham news endorsed hillary clinton for president. yes, birmingham as in birmingham, alabama, endorsing hillary clinton. the columbus dispatch endorsed hillary clinton for president. hillary clinton and donald trump are going to battle this thing down to the wire but when it comes to the nation's newspapers, the only way that donald trump is even in the running at this point is if shooting the moon is an option for getting some points on the board. donald trump remarkably, for the first time in modern political history, he's the first major party presidential nominee to receive endorsements from precisely zero major newspapers coast to coast across the country. eventually the obscure "new york" paper for which his son-in-law is the publisher,
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they will endorse his father-in-law at some point. but if and when they do so, they might be the only paper in the country that has endorsed him, which is remarkable and which might be enough and make it too embarrassing enough for them to actually do it. today, the magazine foreign policy, they made a presidential endorsement for the first time in their history as a publication. "our readers depend on foreign policy for insight and analysis for issues of national security and foreign policy. we feel our obligation to our readers extends now to i can maing clear the great magnitude that a threat of donald trump presidency would make to the united states. he has promoted a delusional and narcissistic view of the world, one in which he seems to feel the power of his personality in negotiations could redirect the course of other nations, remake or supplant treaties and for
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generations to come trump is the worst major-party candidate this republic has ever produced." not to put too fine a point on it. but to the editors of foreign policy, there is also good news this year. "fortunately not only is trump opposed by a worthy candidate, but his opponent on foreign policy and national security issues, all of the areas that we cover here at foreign policy, she is one of the best qualified candidates this country has produced on those issues since world war ii." foreign policy magazine today making their first presidential endorsement ever in the history of foreign policy magazine. last week, the obama administration accused the russian government of hacking the democratic national committee along with a bunch of other american political institutions and individuals. the director of national intelligence and the department of homeland security released a joint statement accusing the
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russian government of stealing and leaking the e-mails that they hacked. that statement came out on friday. but last night at the debate, donald trump said maybe he thinks there was no hacking after all. >> i noticed any time anything wrong happens, they like to say the russians. she doesn't know if it's the russians doing the hacking. maybe there is no hacking. but they always blame russia and the reason they blame russia because they think they are trying to tarnish me with russia. >> maybe there is no hacking. maybe we've all imagined it. this is the latest iteration of donald trump's theory of hacking. last time around he said the hacking could maybe be a very overweight person sitting on the bed. >> i don't think anybody knows it was russia that broke into the dnc. she's saying russia, russia, russia. maybe it was. it could be russia but it could also be china and lots of other people and could be somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds, okay?
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you don't know who broke in to dnc. >> when you're hillary clinton in that moment and he says somebody sitting on their bed who weighs 400 pounds, like, what do you think if you're debating somebody and they bust out the weight of their imaginary hacker that's doing this stuff instead of russia, like the intelligence agency? like, what do you -- turns out we sort of do know as a country who broke in to the dnc and hacked those e-mails. turns out, not only did the u.s. intelligence agencies know it but donald trump apparently knows it, too. nbc news has now reported today, based on an anonymous source, that both candidates, hillary clinton and donald trump, got classified intelligence briefings that specifically included information on russia and russia's attempt to interfere with 2016 elections through hacking. a senior u.s. intelligence official tells nbc news, to
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profess not to know at this point is willful misrepresentation. the intelligence community has walked a thin line in not taking sides but both candidates have all of the information they need, to be crystal clear. thousa now, to be fair, it's possible his memory was zapped with that thing they used in "men in black." but if that didn't happen, according to this u.s. intelligence source, he should know what is going on with russia and their attempts to hack because they were told that in a confidential setting. why is donald trump making this argument? what is there to gain in making it? and is "foreign policy" right with their endorsement, that intelligence freakout about the danger of the trump presidency is an unprecedented response that we haven't seen with any other candidate in american history? joining us now is a former navy
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intelligence officer and counterterrorism expert and author of a new book on the 2016 election and hacking and russia. it's called "the plateau hack america," how putin's cyberspies tried to steal the 2016 election. it's timely, if not anything else. malcolm, you're the perfect person to talk with about this. nice to see you. >> it's my pleasure. >> so malcolm, i don't take intelligence agencies at face value. for one thing, they never have to show their work. they work in secret. i certainly don't always believe in anonymous sources. but is it even arguable at this point that the russians aren't behind this hacking? do you believe the intelligence agencies when they say they are clear it's the russian government? >> let me put it into perspective. when the intelligence community says we have high confidence that russia is behind the
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cyberelements which has hacked the elements of the democratic party in this campaign, high confidence means we have a belief that there's 90% or higher. we kill people with good confidence, which is 75% or higher in drone strikes when we have a pretty good, you know, targeting solution on these people. so when the president of the united states comes out, the director of national intelligence, the director of homeland security says, we have high confidence, then the c consensus of the 19 intelligence agencies and the cia and nsa, they know who has done this and it is russia. >> if that is the assessment and if nbc is reporting today which is accurate, in a classified environment this has been conveyed to trump and clinton in classified briefings, is there a scenario that makes sense to you that donald trump would be
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denying or disputing russia's involvement suggesting either that there's no hacking or if there is that there's no reason to believe that it's russia? how does it make sense to you? >> well, it makes sense to donald trump because i really believe and i've written about this extensively in my book, which is a book mainly about vladimir putin, the fsb/kgb and how they have co-opted donald trump in his campaign and have been carrying out a cyber and political warfare operation against the united states. donald trump, over the years, has been inundated with friendship from people in russia, real billionaires with hundreds of billions of dollars and he has bought into their entire ideology. he has bought into their political beliefs, he's bought into the belief that they are, like him, the saviours of western civilization against
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islam. for trump to buy into that, that requires him to give up all of of the traditional standings that the united states has had for 70 years, a belief in the systems of nato, the european union and free markets in the west and russia should be able to do anything it wants. between him and his aides, who surround him, all of whom have links to russia, they have either wittingly or unwittingly been co-opted. i don't believe he's an agent of russia like former cia director or deputy director mike morales said. what lennon used to call, useful idiots. >> malcolm nance, "the plot to hack america," thanks very much for being with us. this is a subject that i think a lot of people find it to be something that is above their head but you've been talking about this in very stark terms that makes sense. thank you, my friend.
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here's a rlly serious story that you will not hear elsewhere tonight. hurricane matthew, mostly out of the national headlines at this point. but you may have heard today that things are technically bad right now in north carolina because of hurricane matthew. it's flooding conditions that have led to 13 confirmed deaths so far. hundreds are in emergency shelters. a levee has left 1500 people stranded with their homes under water. there's the loss of life, damage to homes and businesses, but there, in this case, are other health issues arising from this type of flooding. today we got these aerial images
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from environmental activists, these are flooded hog and chicken farms. in previous floods, north carolina's farms have posed an environmental hazard all their own with dead animals and animal waste released into the water. this team the water keepers are keeping a close eye on dumps of toxic coal ash at the state's power plants. these coal ash ponds are due to be closed up by 2028. some of them are right next to the neuse river, which is rising. they do not expecting them to spread enough of the toxic silt. workers and state officials have been inspecting the dams that keep the coal ash in place. they say they don't see flooding as an imminent threat. water keepers see it
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differently. if the water rises over those ash bond r popond dams, there i concern that it will mix with the river water and be carried further downstream. the concern is that the floodwater will eat away at the dam enough to spill tons of toxic ash into the river. so far, the river has not gotten to the top of the dam, but this is really something to keep an eye on. the flooding in north carolina is already drawing comparisons to hurricane floyd which killed 52 people and left the state in shambles. flooding warnings are in 13 counties in north carolina. this is worth watching. we'll keep you updated as we know more.
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and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than par. my son max can't le in trump world. si don't always agree with her, bushe's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems. i want to be able to tell my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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tuned their work on the first one. it is a thing of beauty. please sit down and watch this. >> well, i can do this. >> woo haw, woo haw. >> i can do this. dub ba, dub ba, i doubt you're quite that good. >> i assume i can ask you to sing, mr. trump. >> okay, i don't want no big, fat, ugly baby. i want a baby on flink. >> that's really nasty to squash baby's self-confidence like that. >> i have to say, you suck. >> well, that is stupid. that is stupid. >> what is your favorite baby bird sound. >> cheep. >> you say hello to your crusher at summer camp. >> hi, scott. >> you stick up for your friend in fourth grade.
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>> hey, you can't talk about pie friend. amber makes me presents, d i think he's good at glitter. >> you changed your mind about helping a neighbor locate her missing children. >> i hope you find all your kids. i had planned to help you find them, but they're it's really windy now. >> a lady in texas who realized she parked at the other end of the mall. >> wait, this ain't the way to the car. >> look, bill, it's a penguin. >> you attempt to convince a brazilian bush pilot that it's not safe for him to fly. >> but you have an old plane. look, you have an old plane. >> you interrogate a kiwi bird. >> where are your feathers? where are your feathers? why can't you fly. >> two up top two in the saddle. i drink it down, but it tastes like wood. >> why don't you move to africa, i wish that you would, because
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i'll never move to that country. [ laughter ] >> yeah, she's winning and stuff. did you catch that? >> woo, oh, yeah. doo, doo, doo, this is so fun. it's like going back to school in imported shoes. >> i've just remembered i have a dentist appointment. so i'm going to wrap up. >> i rung the bell. when the hurt, ah, ah, ah, i need no one. >> nope. >> that's it. >> i love you, bad lip reading. i love you. i love you. thank you, that does it for us. we'll see you tomorrow. it's time for the last word, good evening, lawrence. >> you know as i sit here, i can only hear your audio. i can't see what's happening on your screen. it's so unfair tonight. so unfair. >> it was a very serious thing, i have to

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