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[bing] - one thing can either inspire a person or break a person. i'm looking forward to rooting people on and being here for the dreamers like me. ? ? - everything that i like to do in my life has to be real or has to be genuine. sitting and watching people sing and helping people make music and producing... it's what i would do every day. [exciting music] - i don't know that we've ever had a shake up - ? oh oh oh oh ? - two women coaches is what "the voice" needs. - ? oh oh oh oh oh ? - this is alicia keys and mylie cyrus. - as much as the world likes to make this girl catfight scenario, that's actually blake and adam. - what's the opposite of blake shelton? - what? - alicia keys! [laughter] - ? on fire, fire ? - alicia comes from a place more like that writer, that producer. - where'd you learn to sing like that? - from you. - ooh!
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- i straight up love you. - i just don't know how honest it is-- i'm starting to kinda hear it. - ha ha ha ha! - ? i'm gonna light it up ? - mylie's the youthful spirit that we've been missing. - she's this great performer, but she also has this ear for music. - ? i'm on fire, fire ? if you're rock, you get with adam, if you're country, you go with blake, and i think with me i don't think there's that genre wall. i think if you do country, you could wanna be on my team, blake. ? i'll be your honey mustard ? e cyrus's voice. - ? oh oh oh oh oh ? - season to season, it's all about the talent, 'cause the second you hear someone that you really connect with, it's like day one. - you've won three times, and we're on the 11th season. so that was the math i was doin' for ya. - we're picking artists based on the most pure thing, and that's what we hear in their voice. - you're able to hear somebody true for who they are, and that's what music is. - ? oh oh oh oh oh ?
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e. - hey, ally, your driver's here. he's ready to take you whenever you're done. - ? oh oh oh oh oh ? ? do you feel alive? ? - ah, we had a lotta good time, old friend. - it's gonna be weird to microwave our hot pockets on low and not get third-degree burns. - mmm. [thud] i'm sorry, everyone. if i could go back in time and not nuke the metal spoon that got lost in my mac and cheese, i would. - really? that is what you would do - you really are a waste of a person. if i had a time machine, i'd go back and stop hurricane katrina, start apple, and seduce hitler, and that's just day one. - okay, stopping hurricanes aside, why wouldn't you just kill hitler? - no, not adolf hitler. i'd seduce his father. that way he never met his mother, and then hitler never gets born. i'm a hero. come 1940, everyone's like, "hey, this is great! no hitler. thanks, dina!" bam! [dramatic music]
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[suspenseful notes] [engine revving] [doorbell rings] - lucy preston. homeland security. you need to come with me. - you got a hell of a reputation-- history, anthropology. master sergeant wyatt logan, delta force. ? ? - 3:30 pm, may 6th, 1937. - oh, the humanity! - you're telling me that this guy actually went back in time, for real, to the "hindenburg"? ink someone who loved history would want to save it. - our earliest prototype. she isn't fancy, but she works...usually. you need to go with them. - i can't. i am black. there's literally no place in american history that'll be awesome for me. - lucy. - rufus. i'm a pilot. kind of. - kind of? - [exhales] - have you been drinking? - didn't know i was gonna be working tonight, ma'am. - might wanna hold on. [engine thrumming]
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- have you seen this man? - yes. he was here. he's working as ground crew. he's gonna help bring down the "hindenburg." ? ? - i think flynn is trying to rewrite history. it could change the present in ways we can't possibly predict. [dramatic music] what is it about her? - my wife died. so when i saw kate, that's all i can think about. it's gonna blow! ? ? - i know everything about you. ? ? - i'm not sure you realize where you are...boy. - i hope you live long enough to see michael jordan dunk, michael jackson dance, mike tyson punch--really just any black guy named michael. because the future is not on your side. - i know what you're really meant to be. ? ? you're important in ways you can't even imagine. ? ? - that's my handwriting, but i didn't write that.
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- now, back to the "nbc primetime preview" show. . - greeting cards have gotten so mean. "today, you're not just fat and ugly, you're fat, ugly, and old. happy birthday, mom." - i think it's a pun, you know, like instead of saying happy birthday. - do you... know what a pun is? - yeah. it's when someone expects you to say one thing, but instead, you just...slam 'em. - yeah. yeah, that's it. - nailed it. it says, "happy mother's day. good luck with your lap-band surgery." - oh, i just realized pretty soon i'm gonna be the one getting mother's day cards. and then grandmother's day cards. - mm-hmm... - and then condolence cards when my husband dies. and then... [crying] and then "i'm sorry that you're dead" cards... - whoa, whoa, hey... - no, no, no. - look at this--hey, look! it's a family of little baby ducks! - shh, shh, shh. - oh, my god, they're so cute! they have umbrellas! - yeah...
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quack, quack! - yeah! - okay, i'm ready. - how could you possibly want me right now? - in any state, my wife, you arouse me. - i bet i can make that go away. - there's nothing you could say-- - my water just broke. - yep. - yeah. [upbeat music] ? ? - ? happy birthday...? - 36 today. - you don't look 36. ? ? - i'm sorry, guys. i need to cut. - i found him. my father. - aah! - yes, looking good. - you hear that, babe? we got a boy! - something's not right. - your wife is in distress, jack. [alarm beeping] ? ? - 36 years ago, you left me at the front door of a fire station. - ? and like that, it's...? - tell me to lose the damn weight. - wanna say that again? - i'm gonna lose the damn weight. - we lost the third baby, but you have two healthy children, jack.
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- you were right! "fits a whole human body" was not just a creepy sales line. - well, you made a believer outta me. - congrats, little dude. - wait--there's no zipper on the inside. there's either a loose thread in here or a really large spider., it's just a thread. no! it's a spider! gah! - last season on "blindspot"... - she can't remember who she is. - take her with you. - am i really taylor shaw? - you did this to yourself. ? ? - these tattoos-- they've saved a lot of lives. - you're a double agent? how could you have done this? - don't do this. - jane doe, you're under arrest. - and...action! - where we're gonna pick up in the beginning of season 2 is that jane has actually been taken by the cia
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we have a lot of new faces who are going to help clarify who jane doe really is. - jane doe has escaped. we need your help to get to jane before the cia does. - where is she now? - they've got a fun vibe so far. - hello, jane. my name is naz. - season 2 is going to pack even more punches - we will have more stunts, even more car chases. i'm excited to see where this takes us. - the safety and security of this entire nation hangs in the balance. - doesn't mean we can trust her. - it's going to send you on a massive emotional rollercoaster. there cannot be any room for doubt. so do it!
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. - now, back to the "nbc primetime preview" show. - we really need a sign telling people what store they're already in?
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like when a customer comes in, you might say, "oh, hello, sir! on behalf of cloud nine, welcome to cloud nine." - wait--where are we? - cloud nine. - yeah, but who are you? who brought me here? where are the others? - what--what others? - they must have drugged us. look, we don't have much time. is this the drop-off point? - [stammers] i'm sorry, i don't know what you're-- - is this the drop-off point? i need coordinates! where are we? - [stammers] - where are we?! - i don't know! i don't know where we are! need the sign. - last season's new hit comedy had everyone raving. - there has been some very heavy flirtation happening. box of chocolates--you never know what you're gonna get. multiple sizes... you never know what you're gonna get. ? ? - now "superstore" is moving to its new day and time, thursdays at 8:00, 7:00 central. - sometimes it's just kind of hard to find those moments of beauty. [upbeat music]
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- what is this? - moment of beauty. - and on september 22nd, superstore is on strike. - boycott cloud nine! - please disperse! - and the retail empire strikes back. - you've been warned. [laughter] oh, come on! - oh, that looks refreshing. - this is your final warning! - oh! [overlapping yelling] - that's my new car! - a new season of superstore moves to thursdays - what kind of work experience do you have? - a little bit of everything-- bartender, doctor, criminal investigator. - consultant, teen detective, prostitute, princess of arendelle. - i just asked as a formality. we just basically hire whoever. which shift they got you starting at? - they have us starting thursdays. - ooh. tough night. - really? i worked thursdays for a while--not so bad. - it's gotten tougher. yeah, a lot of people don't last long on thursdays. very busy night. there's football. - people still watch football? - it's basically the only thing people like.
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and, uh, oh, fyi-- we got a couple homeless guys living in the tents in sporting goods, and if you wake them, they get stabby. - say what? - this is not a good place. - you, eleanor shellstrop, are dead. - am i... or... - you're in the good place. you are here because you got innocent people off death row. ? ? - you are my soul mate. - cool! bring it in, man! - of course i will. - i wasn't a lawyer. there's been a big mistake. i'm not supposed to be here. - wait--what? - they got my name right, but nothing else. somebody royally forked up. why can't i say fork? - if you're trying to curse, you can't here. - that's bullshirt. - tell me one good thing that you did on earth. - do you have a second to talk about the environment? - do you have a second to eat my farts?
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ot all that bad. we'll ask janet. hey, janet? - hi, there. - aah! - how can i help you? - what is the bad place like? - i can only play you a brief audio clip of what is happening there right now. - okay. [overlapping screaming, shouting, shrieking] - well, it doesn't sound awesome. ? ? - hello. can i just say i love your house? it's just so teensy. - [imitating woman] ooh, hel-loo! i'm just a big, beautiful cartoon giraffe. - what a condescending bench! - okay. ? ? - 30 glasses of wine, and no hangover. this place rules! these people might be "good", but are they really that much better than me? - did you fill your bra with shrimp? - no. [hiccups] yes. ? ? so who is right?
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e night, he got high on mushrooms and got, like, 92% correct! - i don't get it. why do we have to put these markers behind the pharmacy counter? - oh, it's the most horrible thing. these high school kids were buying them and getting up to, you know, some stuff, and now one of 'em's wound up in the hospital. - if that's the case, then half the stuff we sell needs to be behind the counter. - okay, no aerosols. got it. but come on--whipped cream? - mouthwash? - contains alcohol. you accidently swallow some, go out for a drive, kill somebody, you're goin' to jail. - come on-- sticky notes are safe! - uh-uh. this kid at my school licked a bunch, and then his eye crossed and his parents got in a fight, and now he has his own apartment. - jerusha buys sticky notes all the time. - dollars to donuts, when you leave the house, she lickin' those things fo' sho'. - oh, god. i gotta call her!
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- last season, "chicago med" was tuesday's number 1 new show. - we'll go to trauma 3. let's go! - stay with me. - clear. - she's stable. - ? i'll rise up through the fire ? - wave a magic wand and fix it. - i'm not giving up. - it's still my recommendation to not operate. - i'll do the surgery. - you're confident, not arrogant. great surgeons know the balance. - and this fall, tv's best new medical drama moves to thursdays at 9:00, 8:00 central. ? ? - the best thing you can do right now is just be there for your daughter. ? ? - he's given me so much-- how do i ever pay that back? - how do you know you haven't already? - i saw, for all of you, patients come first, chicago med at its best. - then, at 10:00, 9:00 central,
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real father is from the night of the fire. - your father is dead. he died in that fire. - who are you? - i'm your father. - alexander kirk is fundamentally dishonest. - you were there, weren't you, the night of the fire? - yes. - are you my father? i'm gonna find out the truth. - i'm sure you will, lizzy. - the blacklist, thursdays this fall
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. - back to the "nbc primetime preview" show. [low conversation] - heads up, glenn. - oh! - ooh-- - oh! - weird spiral there. - how 'bout over here? - comin' at ya, jonah! - oh-- oh, okay. incomplete! but mateo goes long... - oh... god! - just missed it. - jeez, jonah.
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- whoo! missed me! - we're playing catch, not dodgeball, cheyenne. - don't you have to catch the ball in catch? - oh! - ooh! okay, all right. hit me, glenn. oh! [rhythmic music] - ooh! - back to work. - oh. - and, roll playback. - ? oh, sunday night ? - ? hey ? - ? stand up and cheer ? unday night about to happen ? [overlapping chatter] - it's been really great with the new song and there was kind of a new energy in the building today. - it's an exciting time to come out here to get a chance to hear her voice and as powerful as it is, that sorta gets you fired up. - people can't wait for, you know, carrie to start "sunday night football." it's a tradition. people love her. she fits it so perfectly now.
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it requires and how much energy carrie underwood has. it was great. - it was nice to be around the guys and see them interact with each other and just get to hang around them for the day. - keep that camera on me. - i'll admit it's a lotta fun being able to come out here and do the open. i'm here with a couple guys right now, von miller back here with... with the hits. - i been watching sunday night football my whole entire life. to be a part of something like this is a dream come true for me. - before the game on a sunday night, it's "sunday night football." it's the number one show on television. - now he's gonna go deep downfield. and he's into the touchdown! - sunday night... - sunday night... - sunday night... - is... - football night. - this was fun, huh? - uh...was it? - okay, let's take a moment to review our schedule. - what schedule? - the schedule that tells us when we'll be "unpacking"
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all our new, exciting merchandise. - why is he talking like that? - i don't think he's used to being up this late. - okay, on mondays, we're going to start music cds and things about time and travel. - oh, that makes sense. - moving on... - well, we've got more music cds, family products, and fire safety supplies. - your system makes absolutely no sense, but that is one solid lineup. wednesdays are all about tattoos, biological evidence, swabs, and police tasers. - i didn't know we sold any of this. - oh, yeah, oh, my god! who's never been tased? all: jonah, jonah... - you have been tased? - jonah! - oh! thursdays look super good. - we got a lotta products from chicago. - nuh-uh-- we sell fedoras now?
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and news magazines. - so at the end of the week, you can get all your news in one place-- - we got it, glenn. and sundays is all about football. all right! we're done. - there's something cathartic about restocking the store, you know? i feel fulfilled. - my wallet's fulfilled by all that sweet overtime. - oh, you're not getting paid extra for this. - what? - this is not our normal work. this is some... separate thing. - seriously? - [sighs] - glenn... - what are we all doing here? un--come on! didn't we? - absolutely not. - why don't you all come over and watch tv with me, hmm? [quirky music] i didn't even say what we'd be watching. - doesn't matter. - it's a really cool comedy with a very diverse cast! ? ? it's super funny and, uh, that's a hint!
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am i locked in? ? ? he -- the notion of self-worth, pathological lying. so here is -- i think he does, right? i don't have a degree in psychology but here is -- chuck, basically the race i think hillary clinton is guaranteed at least 269 electoral votes because virginia and colorado both campaigns are away. >> >> at the end of the day 20% chance it's close three points and likely going to be a landslide. and donald trump has less than zero % and sitting at 269.
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nevada have the advantage. suburban and improve younger voters. >> prepping for donald trump today and who would you have portray trump? would you have a mark cuban, something like that? >> well, it's a g i think, it is going to be difficult because you have to prepare for many different trumps, like well behaved modest trump. a trump that doesn't prepare for anything. i think the job of preparing for trump is difficult. you have to have somebody that can play many different roles. it's face nating. >> you were in the white house
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care for years. these are headlines in the last couple weeks, washington post won is the one i want to emphasize, health care exchange signups fall short of forecast, literally, one half of what was projected at this point in time on signups, let me ask you this, how concerned are you that ocho obamacare could implode? it's not been a good year for it? >> not at all. you got to step back. you had millions and millions of am coverage. health care costs obviously have been on a descent trajectory. so in terms of overall health care costs for the country. what will happen after this election, though, is obviously you'll have the space to say okay, what is working well and almost all of it is. what needs to be strengthened. you'll see a lot of republican governors acre accept medicaid funding. there is no doubt over time
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>> given the insurance companies bailing on a public option now a mistake? >> i think the president spoke recently about that, that he -- i don't think you could get a public option passed. that wasn't going to get pasted. we barely passed it. at the end of the day the president spoke and that's part of the solution going forward. >> always a pleasure. you got it. a lot to chew on there. we'll be back with the panel in a moment and later, t increasing okay, so what's our latest data say? our customer is a 21-year-old female. heavily into basketball. wait. data just changed... now she's into disc sports. ah, no she's not. since when? since now. she's into tai chi. she found disc sports too stressful. hold on. let me ask you this... what's she gonna like six months from now? who do we have on aerial karate? steve. steve. steve. and alexis.
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back wite before we get into the clinton foundation stuff. while i was interviewing reince priebus. mike pence was on cnn and said let's be clear, nothing has changed. his position on illegal information, illegal immigration, principals and policies are absolutely consistent and actually thanks reminded me of something a spokesperson for the trump campaign christina pearson said. let me play it and let's talk about it.
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he changed words he is saying. what he has always said from the beginning -- [ laughter ] >> no, that he does not want to allow people to stay in this country illegally. >> look, priebused a bitted he changed his position and what he said in the primaries is different, hugh. are they playing too many rhetorical games here? >> that's the north star he cannot rt he's always been ambiguous on touch back. who knows what that meant. >> we have robert costa here reporting to the washington post that donald trump tends to reflect the words of the last person that spoke to him and you can see the disconnect that he literally says it's a softening and got uncomfortable with the word softening and said it's a hard and incredibly durable and strong wall and i think donald trump has not thought deeply about policy but reflecting
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>> it's the crowd that's cheering. it's the push back and it -- you saw the most blatant example he did a poll and said to the crowd at the hannity town hall what do you want? do you want to deport them all or not? is it? it's like the roman circus. thumbs up, thumbs down. he's reacting and there is a fight for the mind and heart of donald trump. >> kelly ann -- >> you got to think about trump as someone orbit. you got roger ailes there and laura ingraham and steve ban in there and kelly ann conway and the family worried about the brand for trump. you have all these voices and trump doesn't have a populace core. that's not who he is. this crucial trunk tour is being flooded with advice. >> the businessman in him
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gravitating toward middle ground because ultimately, middle ground is where he's comfortable. >> i should point out kelly ann said roger ailes was not at that meeting. there was is a disconnect there. she said she's not been at a meeting roger ails is a friend and advisor. >> ails may have been not in that same -- >> the question i think that voters could rightly ask then, if this is a person so easily weighed by the loudest the moment, what does that mean for his decision making? you look at the people around him. people like steve bannon who is a toxic personality around him and think about that inner circle. >> we may be one drop away from bannon not being part of this campaign. >> secretary clinton carries more baggage. >> i want to transition -- >> sidney blumenthal.
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>> when you talk about the people behind him. donald trump's economic advisors are donors and a policy that would be beneficial ending state his state tax. >> i clinton foundation, what i don't understan t white house knew this was a problem. >> signed by everybody. >> and means you know was interesting, he wasn't fully comfortable. i noticed this week they rally around her all the time except are the foundation comes up. i didn't see dan pfeiffer. david axelrod tweets backing her up. >> here is the push back and something that we really have to get on because they say they are
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wind this down. for one thing, she was asked on friday and foundation operations on the ground. the clinton foundation does do. and the foundations acre cemented the whole health care component. chelsea clinton is going to be on the board. i've been saying that's not news. the fact is that she's still going to be on the board to wind this down. >> doing good work. >> let me finish. bill clinton said that on to all of us in the press on wednesday that they are not going -- they don't want anyone to be fired. it's going to be a slow wind down. not by the times if she's elected. >> i'm not saying --
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>> one moment. >> the quid is very wealthy people, give 11.5 million people aids drugs and huma abedin may call you back. we have to ask whether we've invented a standard. the george bush foundation, which benefits him and his library and accepts foreign donations existed through the eight years of his son's presidency. i don't recall us asking whether people who might want to inflnc bush because if they give to a foundation that benefitted not financially. >> the state department said they find nothing where there is proof of action and i've got to tell you when we went through the a.p. story, they found e-mails -- >> can i tell you, when we're debating -- very quickly. when we're debating proof of this and that. here is what the voter hears. rich people get access and by
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>> that's legal and that's american politics. >> this is the key question. i went on the trails with mike pence yesterday talking to swing voters for trump. you get the sense the clintons came out with a bright speech on the trump campaign and the republicans have all this chatter about the clinton foundation. who is hearing what right now in this campaign? 7 five days left, the clinton campaign and foundation. >> great closing point. we'll pause it there. there it is. when we come back, republicans are so images, videos, social updates. we call it dark data. 80% is invisible to most businesses. the ibm cloud has tools that can help see dark data and put it to work. hello, my name is watson. working with watson in the ibm cloud, we can help an energy company predict pipeline corrosion. and help a start-up to use social data to predict market trends.
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we are back. it's data download time. you may have heard donald trump is energizing republican voters and building a registration advantage going into the fall but the numbers show much more of a mixed picture. let me go through it. we decided to take a close look at five battle ground states with significant hispanic populations, north carolina, florida, colorado, arizona and nevada. since the beginning of this year, republicans seen bigger
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states, florida and north carolina. while democrats have seen greater voter registration increases in three. advantages in colorado, nevada and arizona. and we know the unusual gop nominating fight and enthusiasm for trump did increase republican registration in all of these states. so, how do you explain the increase democratic registration? well, let's look at hispanics. in these five states, there are 18 counties with hispanic populations over 1 registration grew at a higher rate than the state as a whole and in 15 of these 18 counties, the registration advantage went to the democrats. now this is all significant because and these growing counties newly registered voters are more likely to be brand-new voters to the process. not just to the democratic party. meaning more new voters in november for clinton.
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often formally registered democrats who already have been voting republican in the general election for years. many of them, though, switched party registration to vote in the primaries for the first time. that doesn't translate into new republican votes in november. just a new republican primary
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we are back. this has been, shall we say, an ugly week in american politics. let me roll a compilation here. >> hillary clinton is a bigot. >> who should be talking about hillary clinton's health. >> go online and put down hillary clinton illness, take a look at the videos for yourself. >> john mccain has fallen down on the job. he's gotten weak, old, i do know what happens to the body and mind at the end of life. >> through it all, continued pushing discredited conspiracy theories with racist under tones. >> mr. trump we know paid zero taxes in at least four years. >> if you look at a guy's tax return, and you find he's using to not paying taxes, there is a guy that's trying to dodge
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take place in the presidential level took place in maine. look at the voice mail the governor of main left. >> i would like to talk to you about your comments about me being a racist you [ bleep ]. and i want to talk to you, you want -- i want you to prove that i'm a racist.t. i've spent my life helping black people and you little son of a [ bleep ] socialist >> wow. >> and i didn't even bring up -- we had a republican senator call the president a drug dealer. we've had other -- andrea, we always say new low and cry wolf four years ago now nasty the campaign is is. we surpassed anything. >> we go back to showing peter heart's focus group. >> i have more of it. >> when asked what is the odor of the scent, skunk, eggs.
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let me show you. >> good. >> from chemistry class, sulfur, rotten eggs. >> garbage. >> i can't say it on the air so i'll say dead fish. >> stinks. >> garbage. >> rotten eggs. >> skunk. >> skunk. >> skunk. >> garbage. >> garbage. >> let me set the scene, four are trump voters, four clinton, four undecided. they are unified on one thing. the odor on the campaign. >> it is loathing clinton. among some of her supporters that said she's a liar. they don't like her to fear, real fear of donald trump because of things he's said and because of how the clinton team has portrayed him as being reckless and not up to being commander in chief. >> i think voters, we have -- what are we doing? it's getting uglier and louder that you've elected officials feel like they have to say -- >> chuck, the --
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the irony is this is the kind of discourse that the alt-right dreams of. the driving idea and sort of embodies this is to explode the idea ofunacceptable, acceptable and talk about people in the lgbt community because their idea is what is destroying conservatism, republican country. this is the campaign of the dreams. >> when i talk to my sources in the republican party, close to the trump campaign, their outlook is bleak. if the clinton campaign can make the argument this is about temperament and tone, the swing voters in the suburbs of north carolina and ohio are likely to tilt toward clinton. >> but bigger than trump and clinton. i don't want to get lost. this is bigger than trump and clinton in that we have
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call it now, american politics, institution to this crud. >> it is a resentment election. some are run on celebration and hope like president obama in 2008. these two candidates have been around for so long in the public eye, they have many enemies and president was new, mitt romney was new, john mccain was a war hero. we had two cycles where people are afraid to take the gloves off. both have been punching bags for it's clear that senators can say drug dealer with the -- >> and it starts, i would say this is what a great senator called defining it down. it is so course and so vulgar but i guess you would say who started it? maybe it started -- >> it's not about who started it. i don't want to get into that. it is. there is rough and there is -- >> it is rough. >> there is rough. >> there is name calling.
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you have to go back and look at sarah palin realities in 2008. a lot of african americans looked at the campaign and said this is the beginning of opening a door on race we're now opening on other areas. there is a pivot point that did begin with the essential of barack obama. >> especially after two years, regan, '88 was a rough campaign and administrations and '60, '68 had a lot of this is different because it's 24/7 media environment and each minute and everyone -- >> i think it's -- >> a lot of the provocatives are entrepreneurs. >> that is the reason why it's become acceptable. >> the fact checking doesn't seem to matter. >> we'll be back in 45 seconds with end game. the opponents of political correctness, speaking of, got an
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meet the press brought to you by boeing. >> we are back, back now with end game. interesting little note. at the university of chicago to incoming students. let's put it on the board. this is note. our commitment to academic freedom means we do not support so-called trigger warnings, we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial and individuals
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perspectives at odds with their own. i have to say this came across after what has been an odd few years of maybe over campus reactions, as this was i thought what college was about. >> a lot of research unive universities and schools that don't have the same problems, are putting this out. there are guidelines on -- most universities now we're not cancelling speeches no matter how controversial or offensive and that gets back to the way -- >> but going to college -- >> debate. >> to have debate and access to controversial -- >> this was done because of a committee put together by jeffrey stone. a big liberal. i used this teaching law for years. professor stone is an adamant defender of open expression everywhere and it's long over due and i'm not surprised the university of chicago started it. >> joy, somebody might say you just talked about the meanness of the campaign before and now you guys are praising it. there is a difference.
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intellectual to it. >> there are teachers nervous about the lectures because there might be reaction from a student. i think we've gone too far in the direction of not allowing intellectual debate. as long as colleges are careful not to allow harassment, which in the enter anytime age can happen. >> i love there is a real protest, people are politically engaged there is too much sensitivity deferring view. everyone should be respected but at the same time, when i was at notre dame, i loved when i heard someone from the far left versus right. let's see the debates. >> i got to go to school and one day i saw jesse jackson and the next day newt gingrich. it was great. and i went to both events. >> let's face it, hillary clinton started as a gold water republican girl and it was all of the years and the people she


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