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>> what tai cheng does is it retrains your muscles to move the right way, putting your body back into proper alignment so you can move better, feel better, and get a more responsive, stronger body. >> i do it every single day because it makes me feel healthy. it makes me feel like i can move, like i'm not gonna walk down some stairs and trip and fall. >> announcer: today america's most beloved tv personality -- regis philbin -- will not only prove tai cheng works by showing you amazing success stories... >> this program gave me back my i can do whatever i want now. >> i feel so good about myself now that i'm gonna try something i haven't done in 20 years. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: ...regis is also going to show you how tai cheng got him off the couch and back on the court even after painful hip-replacement surgery. >> i feel great. i really do. did you see that? that's what you get when you do tai cheng. >> announcer: if you're ready to feel younger, feel stronger and more confident, then keep watching for a special tai cheng
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day you take the first step towards a healthy, longer, more independent life. now here's regis and joy philbin. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. never had an audience this good, joy. >> i've never seen such energy. they must be on tai cheng. [ laughter ] >> well, we all know everybody's living longer these days, but here's the problem -- a lot of us start to have issues with balance and mobility, and that makes it hard, if not >> you know, it's sad when somebody works hard all their life... >> mm-hmm. >> ...and then can't enjoy life when they finally have the time. or even worse, they fall and break something. and then forget it. they stop moving forever. >> yeah. you've seen those commercials where the old lady falls down and she can't get up. >> yes. >> so they sell her a speed dial... >> that thing that they wear around -- it's not attractive. >> she wears it around her neck. >> mm. >> well, we didn't want that. we wanted to find something that would keep us strong and improve
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we were shocked at how easy it was to master. dr. cheng developed a unique teaching method that really explains things in a way we can understand. >> and now you're holding a ball. don't hold this to your body like so, but hold it off your body. >> he really americanized learning tai chi. >> and because you get three viewing angles and an ingenious, simple foot-placement grid, you always know where to put your feet. it's foolproof. if regis and i can do it, believe me, anyone can. >> what . here is truly amazing. tai cheng makes you more flexible. it improves your balance. it takes away your aches, your pains. it makes you feel younger, stronger. it works! joy and i love it. but the big question is, why does it work? to help us with that, please welcome emergency-room physician dr. steve salvatore. welcome to dr. steve! [ applause ] dr. steve. >> how are you? >> good to see you. >> great to have you here. dr. steve, i got to tell you --
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and i, but why does it work so well? >> you know, regis, i'm not surprised it worked for you. tai chi has been around for literally hundreds of years. it's helped millions of people with flexibility and balance problems, make them feel younger and stronger. in fact, it's been clinically proven that doing these gentle movements will not only help strengthen your muscles and joints, it'll help improve your balance and mobility. tai chi is also proven to help relieve pain from arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, low back pain, many different types of joint pains. >> well, how did dr. cheng come up with this in the first place? >> all right, so, dr. cheng is a tai chi master. he's a martial-arts expert, and he has a phd in sports medicine. so he knew about tai chi and he knew the benefits and he thought, "i want to put all these things together." he americanized it and put that into tai cheng, a simple, easy way to learn tai chi. >> here's the bottom line -- tai cheng worked for joy and i,
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>> i've had a knee injury, and it's been really painful. nothing seems to help. my balance has gotten a little precarious over the years. and i took a fall, and i really hurt my lower back. i want to be more mobile and flexible, and i'm hoping that tai cheng will do that for me. it's amazing, the difference from the first week to now. i've gotten stronger. my knee doesn't hurt at all. and my posture is better. i also think my balance is a lot better. well thought out. there's a reason for every move. the wonderful thing about dr. cheng -- i feel like i have a personal instructor that's standing right across from me. >> as you turn the foot in, this turns into a fist, and then you start sheathing a sword as you bring the feet together. >> the best things about tai cheng is it makes you feel better about yourself. now i can get books off the shelf, and i'm not worried about wobbling. i can walk my dog and not worry about his pulling me over. i can run around with my goddaughter.
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haven't done in 20 years. i'm gonna go water-skiing again. this is my time to shine, to really do the things i've always wanted to do. i think i will be doing tai cheng for the rest of my life. >> wow! say hello to julie, everybody! yeah, here she comes! julie, how do you feel? >> i feel wonderful. >> yeah? >> and so much more active since tai cheng and i'm flexible and i've got my youthful figure back. part of the program? >> well, i really liked the fact that i could do it, you know. and then as i was in the program, i noticed that i was improving as i went along. and i guess maybe the best is that i got my confidence back. >> oh, confidence is important. >> it sure is. >> and that's a big part of the program, regis. as you get older, we all lose our confidence. we're worried that we're gonna fall. we lose our balance. we're not steady on our feet. this is a huge problem. 1 in 3 adults over the age of 65 falls every year.
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that's half -- a huge number -- fall. and once you fall, we know that you're 2 to 3 times more likely to fall again. and here's the worst part -- 95% of all hip fractures are caused by falls. this is such a great program. tai chi is recommended by the cdc as a great activity for older people. so, tai cheng simplifies it for you so you can do tai chi in your home, just like julie did, and get those kinds of results. >> julie, thanks so much for you look wonderful. >> i feel great. [ applause ] >> how many things have you stopped doing because of pain or immobility or poor balance? i'll bet it's more than you can think. if you're wondering if tai cheng can help you get back into the game, i'll give you the answer -- yes. it worked for me. i'll work for you. so keep watching for an amazing offer, available today on this incredible program. we'll be right back.
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>> tai cheng gave me balance. it gave me strength. it's been wonderful for me. >> this program gave me back my life. i can do whatever i want now. >> announcer: introducing tai cheng, the breakthrough new program specially designed so anyone at any age or fitness level can master the most fundamental tai chi moves, plus amazing health-boosting routines, right in your own home, step by step, in only 90 days. the gentle and low-impact moves strengthen your muscles and joints, improve your balance and mobility, help relieve aches and pains, and help reduce your risk of falls and other injuries so you can keep enjoying the things in life you love. it's so easy to get started. just put in the dvd and follow along. it's that simple. that's because dr. cheng created a special foot-placement grid and shows you each move from three viewing angles so you always get great visual cues. >> one of the best things about
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he goes slow and he explains it so well. >> you're gonna pull in towards your shoulders and then down, as if you're closing a rolltop desk. >> announcer: and because there's always a modified option to follow, no matter your age or fitness level, anyone can follow along. >> if you have an issue with something, there are modifications that he gives you to use. that was very good for me. >> announcer: dr. cheng is also including over $100 in free training tools to help maximize your results. he created an "easy does it" guidebook that hel e into the program and tells you everything you ever wanted to know about the healing powers of tai chi. you also get a tai cheng wall calendar that shows you which routine to do each day so there's no guesswork. dr. cheng's even created a feel better food plan that's filled with delicious meals and snack recipes designed to promote healthy weight loss. you also get a free quick-relief foam roller. this roller will gently release kinks and knots in your muscles and joints like you just got a
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room. and these $100 in training tools are yours free. so pick up the phone now and order the entire tai cheng program, plus $100 in free training tools for only 4 easy payments of $19.95. but wait. be one of the first 200 callers that order from today's show, and you'll also get 4 more free bonus gifts. bonus number 1 is a 10-minute workout dr. cheng designed to help you get better at the game you love and keep golfing for decades, plus a special 10-minute workout for travelers or anyone who wants to feel refreshed fast. you're also going to get a free strength-training resistance band to help build your strength and balance even faster. you even get free 24/7 online support from our dedicated team of fitness experts and coaches whose job it is to help you succeed and reach your goals. and these bonuses -- a $240 value -- are all free when you order now. so call now and get the entire
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over $240 in free bonuses. altogether, that's a $500 value for only 4 easy payments of $19.95. but hold everything. order now and dr. cheng will knock off one entire payment. so now tai cheng can be yours for only 3 easy payments of $19.95. plus, when you call in the next 18 minutes, we'll even give you a free upgrade to express delivery. that's a $15 value free. and while most programs only offer a 30-day money back guarantee, we're going to extend ours to a full 90 days. that's right. try the entire program, and if you're not satisfied for any reason, you'll get your money back, no questions asked, guaranteed. but you get to keep tai cheng for travelers and golfers, his special strength-training band, plus his feel better food plan as free gifts just for trying tai cheng. that's a $60 value free. and because tai cheng is not available in stores and never will be, you must pick up the
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>> i've always been active all my life, and now the last couple years i did something to my neck. and it is sore, and it is stiff. the lower back -- it's sore. and even my ankle's acting up. i love playing golf. i can't play anymore. medication, heating pads. nothing works. i hope tai cheng is my answer. so, i started doing the exercises, and the first week, i could see the improvement. you can feel the stretch in all parts of your body. he works out your whole body, from your feet all the way up to your head. >> shifting in, raising the glass, making the toast. >> i am free and clear of neck pain now. my back feels great. the food plan that comes with this program is great.
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that was a plus. this program gave me back my life. i can do whatever i want now. i've been out about three or four times at the golf range, and now i can hit a regular golf shot like i used to hit when i was young. my grandkids are -- they're movers. let's put it that way. but now i chase those little buggers around now, and i'm back with my grandkids. i'm having fun with them. now i do it all. i'm back to where i was. [ applause ] >> and here's dave, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] >> it must be great, dave, right to play golf again and play with your grandchildren? >> the fear i had when i got older was, you can't do the activities you did when you were younger. now i can. it gave me back my life. i mean, i was giving everything up. >> and that's a key thing to remember. just because you're getting older doesn't mean you have to get achy and stiff and become immobile. we know that by staying active and doing activities like tai cheng, it keeps you younger. it revitalizes you.
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helps with your balance and your mobility. >> i just wanted my flexibility back, and it gave it to me. it really did. >> well, congratulations, young man. >> oh, thank you. i feel great. that's our dave right there! [ cheers and applause ] if you're still not convinced tai cheng can work for you, take a look at this. >> i recently fell and hurt myself very badly. i am really afraid of falling again. it's very frightening going into very, very crowded places. i've lost confidence with my balance, and i'm really hoping that tai cheng can help me. one of the best things about tai cheng is that it's easy to follow. dr. cheng is an excellent teacher. it's very smooth and slow. it doesn't hurt your body. in the beginning, there were things i couldn't do at all. i had to modify. >> if you need to modify, remember -- use a chair. >> and now i don't need to modify as often. and it's really working for me. i felt great. it's helped me with my balance. i feel confident walking down the street. i don't feel like i'm gonna
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retired, and they're just staying home all day, where every day, i do something. tai cheng has allowed me to enjoy my life more. [ applause ] >> please welcome renee! [ cheers and applause ] boy, oh, boy, oh, boy, you've been through it all. >> yeah. >> you really have. >> it must have been very scary for you when you fell. >> yes, it was. >> were you in a big crowd when it happened? >> i was in the street. and i fell, and i messed up my face. and then i continued to keep falling. i fell down the stairs. i fell in the tub. and it was very frightening. and knew it. i was afraid to go out. i felt like, "oh, my god, i'm gonna be walking with a walker or a cane." >> but you made the comeback. >> yes. >> that's really terrific. >> you know, guys... [ cheers and applause ] ...she did make that tremendous comeback, but what she really came over was that fear. >> as an emergency-room physician, do you treat people that are there because they've just fallen for no reason? >> all the time. it's so critical for seniors to stop and listen right now.
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1 in 3 adults over the age of 65 will fall every year. and those numbers are climbing at an alarming rate -- half of all adults over 80 -- half! now, once you fall, you're 2 to 3 times more likely to fall again. and that's what happened to renee. >> yes. >> and now, knowing that there are programs that can help them, makes me feel better as a doctor 'cause i can refer people because you can't hurt somebody with tai cheng. >> yeah. >> there's no -- this is a program that's so simple, so easy. >> and it has madell difference in the world. it really has. it has really worked. >> well, you look terrific. you really do. >> thank you so much. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> there it is -- renee! big hit! >> i feel youthful again. tai cheng has helped me become the person i was before. >> my balance has improved. my strength has improved. my posture has improved. tai cheng has changed my whole life. >> announcer: if you're ready to improve your life, then pick up the phone now and get the entire 90-day tai cheng program.
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easy payments of $19.95. it's so easy to get started. just put in the dvd and follow along. it's that simple. the gentle and low-impact moves in this program will help strengthen your muscles and joints, improve your balance and mobility, help relieve aches and pains, and help reduce your risk of falls and other injuries so you can keep enjoying the things in life you love. order now, and dr. cheng is also including over $100 in free training tools. his "easy does it" guidebook to know about the healing powers of tai chi. you also get a tai cheng wall calendar that shows you which routine to do each day so there's no guesswork. and his feel better food plan is filled with delicious meals and snack recipes. you even get a free quick-relief foam roller that gently releases kinks and knots in your muscles and joints. and these $100 in training tools are yours free when you order right now. but wait. be one of the first 200 callers
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4 more free bonus gifts. bonus number 1 is a 10-minute workout dr. cheng designed to help you get better at the game you love and keep golfing for decades, plus a second 10-minute workout he created for travelers who want to feel refreshed after a long trip. you're also going to get a free strength-training resistance band to help you build your strength and balance even faster. you even get free 24/7 online support from our dedicated team of fitness experts and coaches whose job it is to help you and these bonuses -- a $240 value -- are all free when you order now. plus, when you call in the next 10 minutes, we'll even give you a free upgrade to express delivery. that's a $15 value free. tai cheng even comes with a 90-day money back guarantee. that's right. try the entire program, and if you're not 100% satisfied, you get your money back, no questions asked. but you get to keep tai cheng for travelers and golfers, his special strength-training band,
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as free gifts just for trying tai cheng. that's a $60 value free. and because tai cheng is not available in stores and never will be, you must pick up the phone now to get tai cheng for only 3 easy payments of $19.95. ? >> because of tai cheng, my friends and i are back on the courts and feeling great. what i like about tai cheng is, i can get a complete workout in 30 minutes. >> and i like being able to do it at home. i like the fact that it's on the dvd. >> i can stop it, and i can go back, as opposed to at a class. >> tai cheng has been a lot of fun. i enjoy dr. cheng's instruction. he looked like he was having a
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having so much fun, i'm gonna jump in, too. >> i'm noticing a difference in my balance, especially when i'm coming down the stairs. >> tai cheng has helped everyone move better. it has helped my arthritis. >> tai cheng has been wonderful. >> all: we're back thanks to tai cheng. [ applause ] >> here they are, all four of them, from south carolina. what do you think? >> well, you know, regis, this is a classic sad story with a happy ending, right? you get a group of people that together. they play hard, and they have a great time. and then, because of aches and pains, they start to cut back and cut back and cut back, and then they wind up not playing like they used to. and it's all because of that feeling of imbalance and the weakness and the pain in the joints. you get a program like tai cheng. it gets them back to feeling where they are. and now they're playing again and they're stronger and they feel healthier and their joints don't bother them. it's those simple, easy, repetitive movements. anybody can do it in your home.
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help you move better and feel better, and nobody proves that better than our next guest. take a look. >> i broke my hip just walking down the street, and i thought, "oh, my god, what in the world am i going to do now?" they put pins in it. i had to do physical therapy. and then afterwards, i heard about tai cheng. i've just had a wonderful experience with doing tai cheng. it gave me strength. and i'll tell you something -- my hip doesn't bother me at all. the more i paid attention to what dr. cheng was doing, the straighter i walked. >> remember -- this may feel straight. this is straight. >> every single day, i do the stretching, the shoulders, the neck, the back, the feet. i do it every single day because it makes me feel healthy. it makes me feel like i can move, like i'm not gonna walk
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fall. i'm 80 now. i do not feel my age. i'm able to do everything. i go for walks. i swim. i ski. i even tried surfing. and i play tennis two, three days a week. i'm the one that runs all over the tennis court to get the ball. my friends -- some of them that are younger than i am -- they will say, "oh, my god, how did you do that?" my grandson said he's going to be president of the united states in 2040, and i thought to myself, "if i keep up with all this exercise and tai cheng, i just might be there for that." [ cheers and applause ] take a look at gloria! oh, boy, gloria. that was incredible, the way you hit that tennis ball, the way you did everything. >> and you ski, too. >> yes. >> and you ski, too. wow. >> i have so many friends that -- that trip all the time. but ever since i've been doing tai cheng i don't have a problem. >> that's why it's so important that you continue to be active -- because a program like
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keeps you healthy, keeps your joints moving, keeps those muscles moving, and all in the right direction, low-impact, the right way so that she can continue to be -- i have a feeling you're gonna be active no matter what. nothing was gonna stop you, but this just helped that much better. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, gloria. oh, my gosh. >> if aches and pains are slowing you down and keeping you from doing the things in life that you love, if you're noticing you're having balance for something bad to happen. do something about it right now. >> tai cheng works. you've seen the proof. it worked for me, and it will work for you, too. it's never too late to get started. get up off that couch and make the call right now, okay? thanks, everybody. thanks very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> tai cheng has truly given me back the life i used to have.
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anything anymore. my balance has improved so much, it makes me feel like i'm getting my life back. >> announcer: pick up the phone now and change your life and order the complete tai cheng program. altogether, that's a $500 value for only 3 easy payments of $19.95. the gentle and low-impact moves in this program will help strengthen your muscles and joints, improve your balance and mobility, help relieve aches and pains, and help reduce your risk of falls and other injuries so you can keep in life you love. it's so easy to get started. just put in the dvd and follow along. it's that simple. that's because dr. cheng created a special foot-placement grid and shows you each move from three viewing angles so you always get great visual cues. >> with tai cheng, i feel like i have a personal instructor that's standing right across from me, and he'll tell me to adjust my posture or do something a little different, and it's wonderful. >> again, shoulders down, head up. and again, make sure you're not leaving your hips behind.
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to follow, no matter your age or fitness level, anyone can follow along. >> if you have an issue with something, there are modifications that he gives you to use. that was very good for me. >> announcer: order now, and dr. cheng is also including over $100 in free training tools to help maximize your results. his "easy does it" guidebook tells you everything you ever wanted to know about the healing powers of tai chi. you also get a tai cheng wall calendar that shows you which there's no guesswork. plus, his feel better food plan is filled with delicious meals and snack recipes to promote healthy weight loss. he's even including a quick-relief foam roller. this roller will gently release kinks and knots in your muscles and joints. and these $100 in training tools are yours free when you order right now. but wait. be one of the first 200 callers, and you'll also get 4 more free bonus gifts. bonus number 1 is a 10-minute
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help you get better at the game you love and keep golfing for decades. bonus number 2 is a 10-minute workout he created just for travelers who want to feel refreshed after a long trip. you're also going to get a free strength-training resistance band to help build your strength and balance even faster. you even get free 24/7 online support from our dedicated team of fitness experts and coaches whose job it is to help you succeed and reach your goals. and these bonuses -- a $240 value -- are all free when you order now. so call now and get the entire 90-day tai cheng program. altogether, that's a $500 value for only 3 easy payments of $19.95. when you call in the next 5 minutes, we'll not only give you a free upgrade to express delivery -- that's a $15 value free -- we're even going to extend our regular 30-day money back guarantee to a full 90 days. that's right. try the entire program, and if you're not 100% satisfied, you get your money back, no
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welcome back. elite opinion in the united states is lining up against donald trump in ways we've never seen before. consider this, neither president george h.w. bush or president george w. bush or any member of the bush family is openly backing trump.
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company is endorsing trump. some newspapers are endorsing a democrat for the first time in 100 years. even some like the "weekly standard" with anti-trump and some are pro-clinton. yet, republican voters right now are ignoring establishment opinion. they're sticking with trump. we're witnessing a withering away of the power of the elites. joining me are two people who bucked the establishment themselves. the left, fim moore. then we'll talk to glenn beck. michael, welcome to the show, sir. >> thank you. >> let me start with something you wrote a few months ago. you believe donald trump is going to win the election. you believed it before the convention. you wrote this. from green bay to pittsburgh is the middle of england. broken and depressed, struggling. the smokestacks across the country side with the carcass of what we used to call the middle class.
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reagan. after the debate, you thought trump was successful in what he needed to do. explain. >> yes. which i don't want him to win. let's make that clear. i've been trying to say for months here, i live in michigan. across the midwest, across the rust belt, i understand why a lot of people are angry. they see donald trump as human molotov cocktail. that they get to go into the voting booth on november 8th and throw him into a political system that has made their lives mi miserable. so i think at the convention, i was worried democrats, the clinton campaign were all doing an end zone dance when they were only on the 50 yard line. and the celebrating after the debate, everybody needs to have their game face on here and realize that trump can win.
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and everybody has to be at full force here. otherwise, it has a chance of happening. i've lived long enough to know -- you know, i never thought a b-actor whose co-star was a chimpanzee would ever be president of the united states, or george w. bush, who was just completely not there himself, that he could ever get elected. well, i take this seriously now. i don't just -- trump is not ju i think that people see that he is maybe their messenger. even though they don't necessarily like him or agree with him so much, i think that they -- >> do you -- >> -- love the idea of blowing up the system. >> do you think every time a newspaper editorial comes out and denounces trump, and every time a former cabinet secretary denounces trump, do you think it backfires? do you think it oddly reinforces
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have seen their livelihood vaporize, no longer a part of the middle class and struggling to survive, pay no attention anymore to what the media or people in power say. they've lost credibility with a lot of people. i mean, just take what's happened from how we got into the iraq war. where was the media on that before the war? where was the "new york times," for instance? putting judith miller's stories, concocting destruction on the front page of their paper. where was the media while wall street was creating this crisis that was about to happen? so people don't trust the media. they don't listen to it. and for good reason. the media has let them down. the rich and the powerful have let them down. they used to believe in that and vote for the rich and powerful. a lot of them aren't going to do that this time. for some strange reason, they
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to get back at the system. >> will they ever see hillary clinton as somebody that can change the system and make their lives better? >> i hope so. >> but how does she do it? how does she convince them? do you think she carries too much establishment baggage? >> well, yes and no. i mean, look, she's also creating history here. i mean, we have a chance to elect the first woman president in this country. this rarely gets discussed anor don't trust hillary or she's not trustworthy. what did she ever do to you? it's like, she was going to water your plants for you while you were gone for the weekend and didn't? what is this -- >> clearly, democrats let them down. is that the issue here, and she's just another democrat? they don't trust them anymore? >> i don't think people do trust the democrats. how else could a socialist win 22 states? i mean, in my state of michigan,
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if hillary clinton and the democrats had a difficult time with him, that should have been the red flag to everybody, that there is a mood out there where people are upset at the democrats and the republicans. what has to happen here though, like with the brexit vote in england, is that people where i'm from have to understand that why they may not like hillary that much or she may be a bitter pill to swallow or whatever, you better take your medicine because the oppos be much, much worse. >> okay. >> and i also don't think it's -- to be picking on the millenials is wrong. we were all 19. the last thing you want to do is wag your finger, your adult finger, at these millenials. they're upset at the whole thing. they're upset at the world that's been handed to them. you know, they didn't create the climate change. they didn't start the war. now they have to fix this election?
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clinton. but the rest of us have got to get out there and do what we have to do. >> michael moore, appreciate you coming on. i know you're in the middle of doing a documentary on these very voters and what's going on. it'll be -- we'll all look forward to that. thank you for coming on. >> thank you. >> let's talk about this from other perspective, the right. glenn beck, founder of "the blaze." anti-establishment type of guy. mr. beck, welcome back to the show. >> thank you very much, chuck. >> last time you were on, you anymore, and i want to feel like i belong to something. i don't even like my country is even the same. i don't belong to anything. nobody is listening to me and i don't have any levers that control my own life. you were describing the way you feel as if there are people out there -- and somebody else described it to me -- they feel homeless in their own country. is that what you were trying to get across? >> yeah. that's not just describing me. i think that's describing a lot
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say that your last guess was right, only because then there will be a youtube clip of me saying that. >> that's okay. >> it'll be used against me. >> mr. moore probably is worried about the same thing for him. >> right. but he has diagnosed the problem in the country. nobody feels like they're listening. we're shouting over each other, and you know, evhi mean, i was watching the first 20 minutes of the show. gee, who would have guessed those guests would have said those things? everybody feels like there is a play going on, and we're just watching it and looking at each other and shaking our heads in disbelief. nobody is listening to the hard working american who doesn't feel like they belong to anything anymore. in fact, it's almost as if we're
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being invited to this party at all. it's going to backfire. it's interesting that you would have michael moore and me both on the same show talking about this because i think there's a lot of people that would claim that michael moore and glenn beck are responsible for a lot of this. i can't speak for michael because i honestly don't watch much of what he does, and i'm sure he doesn't with me, but i warned about this. me for bringing up nazis, the reason why i did many of the times was the warn about the rise of the uber right in europe that would bleed into america. it's happening. we have to change our course, and we have to change our course as individuals. now. >> you and i were -- had an interesting back and forth before this show when we were talking about this segment.
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how do you -- the eventual winner has to govern. the eventual winner is going to be governing a populous where 40% won't accept the result and 40% won't listen to what anyone is saying out of washington. give a recipe of how to start to fix this problem. >> no. i've been looking through history and the only thing i can come back to is gandhi and martin luther king. what we're going through i of a malcolm x attitude. we don't understand reconciliation, we just want to win. we have to stop winning and start reconciling with each other. realize we're not going to lose our houses or our jobs or our country. we're losing something much more important. we're losing ourselves. we're losing our civility and decency. we're losing our neighbors and our family. how high of a price are we
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the idea that malcolm x had, which was get em, is not the path we should go on. we have to start reconciling with each other. unfortunately, right now, there is no leader to do that nationally. it's going to require each of us in our own communities to stand and be shamed. and be pilloried for it. but actually stand and do it. >> all right. glenn beck, i'm going to leave it there. both you and michael moore that all of us here were looking forward to. appreciate you coming on. >> you bet. later, tim kaine and mike pence get ready to square off in the vice presidential debate on tuesday. can they do anything to make a dent in the campaign? conservatives argued there
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we've looked at the data in two of the states. florida and pennsylvania. the numbers suggest there is a missing working class white vote out there. working class whites who stayed home in 2012. are these folks actually registering to vote for 2016? let's start with florida. in the five counties with the highest percentage of white working class voters, places that should lean republican, voter registration is up 4.5% from last fall. but that's lower than the state'sot increase of 4.7%. and compare that to the five most diverse counties in florida, which largely lean democratic. registration is up 5.7%. so there does not seem to be a trump advantage in florida. let's go to pennsylvania. in the five most white working class counties, voter registration is up by a mere 2.8%. it's significantly lower than the state updates overall, 4.8%.
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counties in the state, where voter registration increased over 5%. so in these places where trump has the most votes to gain, the voters who potential could win him the election, there is no evidence that people are registering to vote in droves. there is no evidence that people are in the counties registering people to vote. many of the folks stayed home in 2012. it's quite possible we'll see the same thing this november. coming up, more from "snl"'s take on the election from an unbelievable season premiere. >> he's spent his life cheating middle class laborers. laborers like my own human father, who made i guess drapes
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let's bring the panel back. welcome back, guys. i know all of you were curious about the michael moore and glenn beck conversation. i'll the opinion elite. major newspaper endorsements from the top 100 newspapers, 16 for clinton. 4 for gary johnson. donald trump has zero. we do not include the "national inquirer" in our list of major newspapers. >> coveted. >> i know others do. look, elite opinions have had, i would say, no new influence on the campaign. how about that? >> you can argue they've been having less and less influence every year. whether you put this up in 2004
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decline. not just in elites and media, but in elites in everything. business, organized religion. it's much more diffused. the question, i think, that didn't get answered in this was, who is responsible for creating this? people in the media also have a responsibility for that. so when i see folks coming out and kind of wringing their hands about how terrible and uncivil it is, they've been helping -- they've been making a lot of money in helping to create this kind of conversation. > you the federal government. 1964, it was about 80% of people thought it would do the right thick thing all or some of the time. now it is in the teens. it's true of almost every major institution. i think a lot of this is we live in a different, decentralized age and we're probably never going back to a time when people have the faith in big, centralized institutions. one that held up well, notably, local government. >> right. >> and the military. >> and the military. >> both the military, i would
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of americans. that has helped. >> also when you start looking at the effect within the media, you've basically had a network for the last 15 years saying that you can't trust politicians. the government is broken. after that, people start internalizing that. we end up getting a candidate like donald trump, who is anti-establishment, completely populous rhetoric. you're like, well, there is such a shift when people say, i deponent trust government. it's because we've had a 20 years saying you shouldn't. >> it's mostly economic. trump and sanders weren't members of the parties they ran for. both of them talk about the economic elites and government elites being out of touch with what's happened to the american dream. i think both parties have to get an understanding of why the two guys did so well, regardless of who wins. >> either one of these, particularly hillary clinton, will have to deal with 40% of
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the election -- >> is even legitimate. >> and will not listen to anything she is saying. like how do you begin to repair that trust? that was the question i don't think either one of them could answer. >> i think it was telling when lester holt, that was his final question, and i think it was one of the most brilliant ones. she said, i will accept the results of the election. donald trump hemmed and hawed -- >> he answered the question saying i'll then the next day, pulled it back. >> he said -- and it was interesting watching his rhythm. he started saying, well, there is a lot of people that was supposed to be deported but now they're citizens. he's trying to say, i'm going to try to delegitimize this because i don't like to lose. it is a window into how he feels about winning at all costs. even to the cost of our democracy. >> we know if republicans, if hillary clinton wins,
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her in any way, shape or form will be completely demonized. will have no ability to win a primary. it just is a self-perpetuating -- >> she'll probably win with under 50% and there will be a republican house opposed to her, the e-mail thing will drag on and she's not a good politician. none of this adds up to an inspiring administration that'll restore faith. >> the key for whoever wins, the election night speech, the cab gnat appoi -- cabinet appointments and -- >> the concession speech. >> right. >> it might be more important. >> right. >> one of the things we're not talking about with donald trump, he's low on the polls but i think we can expect almost a bradley surprise. meaning there is a lot of folks that may not feel they want to publicly say in polls they want to vote for him. when it is between them and the box, they might pull it out.
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we've not seen any evidence of that in the primaries. people who said they were going to vote for trump voted for him. the people that are saying, that we're hearing, i'm not going to vote for donald trump, they're republicans. if they come home and vote for donald trump, there is no surprise in that. the surprise would be the people that trump pointed out who don't vote and aren't normally part of the process. if they come out, that would be the surprise. >> even though you don't see it in the registration data, and they don't have any ground operation to speak of, i would not be shocked if c the electorate somewhat by turning out the working class white workers who were missing in 2012. his core message is built for those people. >> trajectory, he could get to 265 electoral votes. he's five electoral votes away. once you're five away -- >> anything can happen. my favorite parlor game though is more hidden hillary vote or hidden trump vote? i think it is more even than you might think. quick pause here.
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>> announcer: "meet the press" end game is brought to y boeing. building the future one century at a time. back now with end game, as we try to land the show plane here. vp debate. good news is, i put a compilation of the most memorable moments from vp debates. here it is. >> jack kennedy was a friend of mine. senator, you're no jack kennedy. >> we had enough killed and
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americans, enough to fill the city of detroit. >> nice to meet you. can i call you joe? >> there you go. by the way, these most memorable moments -- >> they all had one thing in common. none of the candidates ended up winning. >> that's the point. you can win the vp debate and does your ticket that much good, right, mark? >> there is one way the debate will break through, if tim kaine pulls out his cell phone and tweets about a mike pence tape. the only way they'll get attention. >> it can stop a bad news cycle and donald trump needs to stop a news cycle. >> no one is anticipating this vice presidential debate like the trump campaign. it'll change the media conversation. otherwise, it'll be perhaps one of the most ernest vice presidential debates in all of american history. and one of the least consequence shl. >> it is interesting in talking to clinton folks. they want to -- the kaine's goal
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trump says. pence wants to make it about issues. awkward position for kaine. he has to say, let's not talk about trade but trump. >> they don't want to be the angry person going after mike pence. mike pence is reasonable. he is the one that normalizes donald trump. so that is going to be something that i don't actually think mike pence wants to get into the issues either. he wants to say, he gets off his handle a bit but he is a good guy. that's why i stick m career on you. i think it'll a challenge for them. >> one other thing pence can do in all seriousness. he can energize the base of the republican party. through dog whistles and direct statements about the movement, he can inspire people to vote for the ticket. >> of the many things trump forgot to do in the debate, the biggest one i've heard from some is he forgot to talk about the supreme court. that was actually a point. it is how you get spectacle

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