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to actually establish a public-education system. now, that's the pennsylvania my parents moved to. that's the pennsylvania i grew up in. that is your pennsylvania. [ applause ] smart, generous, civic-minded, forward-thinking... right. [ applause ] we can still. set the world on fire or die trying. we're done. betrayal's still there. well, he forgave you. you're fired. i have to go. i'm so sorry. me, too. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you. [ cheers and applause continue ]
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welcome back to the right side and i'm your host allen williams. we're going to talk about that and let us go straight to our guests that joins us and welcome to the show. we're sitting here with my co-host and your new book, elertile disfunction. >> there are a lot of people who are not satisfied with the choice they have.
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would have preferred different candidates. they're not going to vote for a candidate but vote for a candidate. this is the first time in history that people are so displeased. so i wrote my book electile disfunction. and it goes through guidance and how you should vote if you think one way or the other way about the 10 most important issues. >> you know based on what you said given the uncertainty of the election and the election playbook. and why do you think it's given
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donald trump. why do you think people are so mesmerized by him? >> well, people have been racist like gorge wallice. candidates that say the things in public that people might whisper in >> i'll give you five reasons why you can't nominate people. >> one you can't predict how angry and emotional people are going to vote. it was an interesting poll in which they asked the same voters who they were going to vote to. one voter asked who would they vote for and they said they were
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and they were asked by a machine who were they going to vote for and they voted for trump. so they were just ashamed to say it. and third, we don't know what is going to come out about hillary clinton. wikileaks is threatening to give more information about the clinton foundation and about the turnouts are going to be and we don't know if young black voters are going to come out and we don't know if less-educated voters are going to come out. >> voter turnout is always unpredictable. >> it's interesting to see if they're going to come out
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>> why are they worse than past cycles? >> well, i think politics have become so negative. you start out as a candidate with many people against you. you get someone with john kerry who did not have a lot of favorables or like mitt romney, i mean how can you like him. and some people voted on racial grounds. some voted against racial grounds. and some people didn't vote for hillary clinton because of bill clinton.
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extreme views. some people who love him are not going to admit it. >> this is of hatred not of love. >> i've had elections before where people voted for lindon johnson but i have never seen an election like this one. early on, trump would win in the prime primaries. >> why is it that mrs. clinton can't prove that she has
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that she was a person that could not be trusted. if you would advise her and say what would you try to say. >> i would say that she should produce all the e-mails and look, we have nothing to hide. she's made all of those arguments thatll were sent to her not by her. >> and all of that is true but because she has been answering the questions slowly and gradually and out of one side saying i'm sorry, i apologize i was wrong and then trying to defend it. she said i'm running to be your
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hereby promise you that i will no longer use a personal server and just said i'm note going to talk about this anymore. there's no easy solution here. >> when we come back, we're going to continue our talk about the election and his book electile disfunction.
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right back. and welcome back to the right side with your host don williams. and welcome back to the show. and you wrote this interesting thing in the boston globe and
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lives matter by attacking israel. >> black lives matter has a good cause and it's caused by discriminatation in the justice system. i myself have been trying to fight for equality based on race for 50 years. so it all comes by matters and they say you can't be apart of this movement if you're not ready to call israel as a natural genocidal country. >> and just yes, we're not going to do it. we're not going to let you come
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anti-genocidal. >> and why should black lives be involved in israel genocidal. >> how is that anywhere releshgz clr clr rel /* /* relavant. >> and the described america as one of the worst relations in
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there's no question that the police and the black community relations has improved since o.j. simpson. >> and black lives matter is going it >> and these women are going to be wearing burkas on the beach. >> you know, my wife hates the sun.
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and i don't think if you want to wear a burkini you should. >> but it's different if you want to get a drivers license so they can't get a picture without their picture showing. >> but holland and the scandinavian countries. >> only some and that's enough to make people upset. it may cost angela mercan her relationships. there's a lot of instability in
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by the refugees of the syrian war. that's why we need a centerarist candidate. >> i do think that hillary clinton provides a much better stability in the world in an extreme suffering women. >> and you get on the fanning face spaces. but do you think that it gives rise for the anti-semiticism in black lives matters? >> yes, no one gives criticism
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events attacked. but everyone should have safety from physical intimidation. but not one should be attacked from ideas. you should not have to tolerate any non-ideas. you should have safe spaces t protect you from physical intimidation. and it tells you something that the university of chicago /* chicago sent that letter out to the people that they're protected. that's a serious problem.
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with much more. don't go away. what do you think about spending money on the poor? >> i'm armstrong williams, and this is the right side for.
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you can find this in my new book, e-books on kindle and it will be there. >> and attorney gerwitz, what is your view on the rico >> well, the purpose was to get the mafia and to get structures that use things like pension funds as a vehicle to engage in distortion. >> and it's gone to far. you can indictment people for
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but it started out narrow and useful and it's become a monster that swallowed its important purposes so i'm not an encourager of rico laws. >> how is your latest book, electile disfunction, how does it help voters to make an educated opinion about this country? >> well, it can become an e-book and it didn't have to go through the process of getting published by the hard cover. and the book is only two weeks old. what i try to do is when i was teaching love in harvard for 50 years, i didn't teach them what
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to think. i go through terrorism and protection of terrorist attacks and the supreme court and tell me to do their own analysis and make my own analysis. and i say make a checklist and if it votes for other candidates. >> it gives guidance for third parties. and a woman named josiasis who knows nothing about the issues and she's getting 3% of the voter. >> but there's people who did
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for one of the two candidates but it gives you guidance based on your values. hold it up. electile disfunction. and this is seth myers. and finally my friend ben gates, he endorsed it. >> and we endorse the book. >> so i'm curious about how people are so against the
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possibly make things worse. >> possibly. and there guy moves up to vermont and moved to a place of no color and is trying to preach >> but i can imagine a third party with a strong candidate challenging the monopoly and i remember the way the electoral college works. and all you have to do is get enough states to make sure
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more electoral colleges. >> it happens for a few times. >> i don't think in this cycle, we're going to see the election go to the third party. i don't think he's going to get into the debates now and i think we're going to see an election between the two major parties in this cycle but who future will hold. >> well, much love to you and your wife who make this all possible. >> it's always a pleasure to be on your show. thank you. i love your show.
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and welcome back. and that was a great discussion with alex and we want through everything. >> we talked about safe spaces in chicago which is ridiculous.
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>> i get where you're going. >> well, how are things going for circa? >> well, it's interesting. a lot of things are falling into place and we're look at the trends we're seeing in politics. >> you can go to so you can find out what is going on with >> and i just wanted to make sure you guys were balanced. >> hey, look thanks for tuning in for this addition. and you can visit us at
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good book.
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm in for diane macedo. here's the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now," a police department in texas mourning after an officer is killed on the job. as we learn of other officers being shot on the job last night, we'll have details straight ahead. will announce this week when they will go on strike. they don't expect to shut down the airport, just disrupt travel. last nights's american music awards get political and controversial as the hosts hadid and pharoah do impressions of donald trump and melania trump.


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