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FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
m. >> reporter: the reason it is held here is this is home to the george herbert walker bush presidential library not far from where we are and he has this message for hurricane victims. even if the path to recovery feels like a road that goes on forever, we are in it with you for the long haul and that is the central theme of the big concert event deep from the heart fundraiser. every penny raised will go to help victims of hurricane harvey, irma and maria, storms that devastated so many states this year. former presidents obama, bush 43, clinton, bush 41 and carter will all be here and say a few words accompanied by the former first lady's too and some big names will be performing including the gatlin brothers, alabama, lyle lovett and robert earl keen and lee greenwood will serve as master of ceremonies. all five former living us presidents launched the hurricane recovery effort together last month, they came together and decided something had to be done to help so many who were suffering. the arena on texas a&m campus can hold 13,000 spectators. tickets range from $40 to
FOX News
Nov 13, 2016 1:00pm PST
other congratulatory calls from george h.w. bush, george w. bush, and jeb bush. still no names released on cabinet members there the trump administration, though there is lots of speculation. they continue their furious around the clock pace. the team expected to make an announcement today or tomorrow. the bets is on reince priebus for chief of staff. but steve bannon's name is coming up. he is expected to be a major player. >> the thing about steve bannon people don't understand is that in this campaign, he's been the general, and he's worked very closely with reince priebus and the rest of us as part of that small core team. we couldn't have done it without priebus or bannon. i can say that unequivocally as the campaign manager. >> there are strong signs that action on health care could be a first priority for the administration, but whether it's outright repeal or replace or an amendment of obamacare remains to be seen. >> it would do what obamacare doesn't do, let you guy health insurance across state lines the way you can buy auto insurance and other goods and services, block medic
FOX News
Mar 1, 2017 11:00am PST
plans all while lowering taxes. so who will pay for it? could he take a page out of george w. bush's play book? >> not only do i trust you when it comes to your own money, i trust you when it comes to asking for your help and maybe convincing some of the members of the louisiana delegation who don't see our way, to see it our way. >> dana: ari fleisher will join us to discuss. plus, president trump honoring a fallen navy seal and his wife during last night's speech. we'll take a deeper look at that hero's life and military career. ♪ we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons. travel with my daughter. roller derby. ♪ now give up half of 'em. do i have to? this is a tough financial choice we could face when we retire. but, if we start saving even just 1% more of our annual income... we could keep doing all the things we love. prudential. bring your challenges. the search for relief often leads... here... here... or here. today, there's another option. drug-free aleve direct therapy. a tens device with high intensity power that uses technology on
FOX News
Oct 24, 2015 1:00pm PDT
ship. mr. bush's father, former president george h.w. bush and one of his brothers george w. bush will take part, along with mother barbara. major donors attending in the wake of the campaign tightening its belt, which including staff layoffs and paycuts. can these steps and the family's summit help jeb mount a come back? judy miller joins us. great to see you, as always. >> hi, art. nice to see you. >> good to see you, of course. do you think jeb with the summit with his father and his brother and the family can help him climb out of this? >> oh, yes. i mean, look, he's in trouble. there's no doubt. the exclamation point is kind of off the first name. but this ain't over by any means. the fat lady has not sung. and he can light his campaign. he can tighten his belt. he can get some advice from his father and brother, both of whom have been presidents. and he can win this thing. we have to remember that john mccain was also in trouble in 2008. he came back. the key for now, eric, is saving enough money into the primaries. of course he has to have a really good debate this coming week.
FOX News
Jan 14, 2017 11:00am PST
would won't. and this is really not different than it was a full 16 years ago when george w. bush came into office and i candidly for weeks and months had to listen to the term, appointed president with many prominent democrats, some of them still here today who made those kind of statements then because of that close race and because of the supreme court decision to end the recount in florida. so, this was not a close race. this was a race clearly won, electorally by a significant amount. and, we are going to look at russia but we'll look at russia because russia is a bad actor. they're a bad actor in iran and bad actor in syria, all the way back in 2003, they may have influenced turkey not letting our troops go in into iraq. i look forward to senate counterparts investigating russia's, if you will, meddling around the world. not just here and ukraine and georgia, so many places they are expanding their influence and even their territory. uma: on the subject of russia, talk for a moment about this week's confirmation hearings for rex tillerson for secretary of state. i know you s
FOX News
Sep 26, 2009 3:00pm EDT
corporation is bigger than the government. glenn: ahhhh! first of all, i was with you on the left. george bush is in bed with global government. i was with you! yep! where are you now? g.e. is not in bed? hello! by the way, the job of the government -- this is what is being taught in some of the schools across the country. the job of the kun government is to take care of you. no, it's not! no, it is not! they get this idea to promote the general welfare part of the constitution. i can't believe they get it from there, because i don't think they even read t apparently they don't like to read the words of james madison, the guy who wrote it. he said with respect to the words of general welfare, i have always regarded them as qualified by the detail of powers connected with them. if you take them in a literal and unlimited sense would be a metamorphosis of the constitution." enough of this. a metamorphosis! james madison's words. wow. fundamental transformation. fundamental transformation of america, as barack obama would call his change. >> we are five days away from fundamentally transform
FOX News
May 23, 2017 11:00am PDT
, reaction to today's testimony with former george w. bush white house press secretary ari fleisher. and the fictional secret agent who was a real life knight. the world losing a legendary actor sir roger moore. i'm ryan and i quit smoking with chantix. everything i did circled around that cigarette when i started taking the chantix that urge just slowly diminished and it was a great and empowering feeling. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. chantix reduced my urge to smoke. when you try to quit smoking, with or without chantix, you may have nicotine withdrawal symptoms. some people had changes in behavior or thinking, aggression, hostility, agitation, depressed mood or suicidal thoughts or actions with chantix. serious side effects may include seizures, new or worse heart or blood vessel problems, sleepwalking or allergic and skin reactions which can be life-threatening. stop chantix and get help right away if you have any of these. tell your healthcare provider if you've had depression or other mental health problems. decrease alcohol
FOX News
Aug 21, 2010 6:00pm EDT
close to two years since directs talks have taken place. u.s. middle east envoy george mitchell who was also president with hillary clinton at the announcement has been in the -- presented with hillary clinton at the announcement, and, they have been meeting privately with both sides and one of the obstacles, on september 26th, the settlement construction freeze is set to expire and it takes place on land the palestinians want for a future state and israel had already said it will not renew the freeze. and, palestinians have threatened to leave the talks, that have not even started and if construction continues. it is highly unlikely israeli prime minister netanyahu can continue the freeze, his right wing government could fall, a lot of right wing politicians said they would leave his coalition if he continues tow ban. and, there is a quiet agreement where netanyahu would be able to build in settlements that in the final agreement would be under israeli control. james sni. >> jamie: in jerusalem, thanks. president obama's expected to be at -- heavily involved an willed be in the peace t
FOX News
Oct 17, 2015 12:00pm PDT
comments trump made during an interview with bloom berg in which he blamed george w. bush for the terror attacks on 9/11. watch. >> when you talk about george bush, say what you want. the world trade center came down during his time. blame him or don't blame him, but he was president. >> jeb bush posted how pathetic for donald trump to criticize the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. >> and suggesting george w. bush is a loser because we were attacked shows that you don't understand this war. they are calling on trump to apologize. so far trump has not responded. >> thank you for that update. lots of fireworks definitely to be sure. well, hillary clinton's long-time aide appearing before the benghazi committee for a meeting behind closed doors, answering questions about the terror attack on our diplomatic compound that killed four americans, including u.s. ambassador chris stevens. this coming before hillary clinton's highly anticipated testimony before the same committee. more now from our washington bureau. >> reporter: after being with the house benghazi
FOX News
May 22, 2017 11:00am PDT
even more than george w. bush did. that's just not a repewed kwraeugs of obama's approach between the two houses of islam, but trump himself saying, this is where it's at and he even wants to help them start a nato like organization that would be a mutual defense pact. that's a big deal. >> sandra: so how is that huge difference that you're describing, how is that being received back home back in washington? >> so far the president's getting kudos for the trip. there's been no gaffs. there's been no anything other than basically smooth running. there's grumbling about how he was when accepting the hospitality of his hosts in rihayd. >> sandra: his chief strategist and chief of staff, they went on part, they have come back to washington. jared kushner remains on the trip with him. how is that being seen? >> i'm sure that as bannon and previs had their planes up against the glass as it was taking off leaving kushner behind with the president's ear. leaving the president's daughter and her husband with this complete 24 hour a day access to the president overseas, filling in for him b
FOX News
Oct 8, 2017 3:00pm PDT
unreadable. we do not know what either of them really has in mind. there is a conference at george washington university this past week where group of scholars and diplomats, officials got together to discuss what kim jong-un wants. the consensus if there was one, is that kim jong-un sees nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles like can hit san francisco as an insurance policy. the reason he is going to survive. therefore the consensus was they see him as rational and be in a rational decision. as for president trump, everyone would like regime change. the issue is, how does one accomplish that? the consensus among the advisors is that it cannot be accomplished through military options. the president has been presented with military options, but most of his advisors work that with 20000 use i u.s. troops in south korea, 200 30,000 americans who include many of the families of those troops, no military option would be able to inflict significant damage on north korea without also getting a lot of americans killed. >> let's take it from the perspective of the world stage. does this ap
FOX News
Sep 3, 2017 10:00am PDT
under george w. bush. >> mark him in the deal bill clinton made turned out to be an epic disaster. the north koreans ended up getting nuclear weapons. >> they got under george w. bush. i remember i was in congress at the time. george w. bush was concentrating and he couldn't take the time to deal with north korea. under bill clinton, under negotiations, we were able to keep north korea from getting nuclear weapons. >> careful negotiation. the president said he is the great negotiator. where does the rubber meets the road? at what point does the president have to have the liberals here? >> well, i think putting pressure on china is going to have to be one of the number one deliverables. ps i deliverables. he's got the entire u.n. to support actions, including china, including russia who are allies of north korea. to get them to come together on the security council and support sanctions against north korea as a positive for this administration. we need to continue to put that pressure on russia and china, to continue to put pressure on north korea because if we don't, it's going to
FOX News
Oct 24, 2009 6:00pm EDT
months than george bush did in four years. he tried, he tried, he got no votes out of them. a certain point you have to say, enough is enough. he's gotten exactly one vote from olympia snow and that's in committee. right nower the only answer for him is to go and try to bring the wings of his party together. they're much closer than even -- even the report was, i suspect they'll have a bill by the end of next week and be on the floor of the house by early november. >> cal, is there a risk in the president doing this, sort of going it alone? i guess they sort of calculated this and decided at the white house that there is no risk. >> the president came into office saying that he wanted to set a different tone in washington. george w. bush said the same thing. the partisanship is so deep in this town that it's almost impossible to bridge the partisan divide. we saw what joe lieberman did when he embraced george bush after the state of the union address. he was smeared and nearly defeated in connecticut. so politicians come to town trying to do the best they can to bridge the divide. but
FOX News
Mar 5, 2016 3:00pm PST
great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com >>> it is the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news from america's election headquarters. we're waiting from four states caucuses and a primary in louisiana as voters choose their party's candidate. the associated press declaring ted cruz has won the kansas republican caucuses. giving his campaign a possible shot of momentum against the donald trump tide. >> mr. trump and senator marco rubio are waging a showdown in florida. ahead of that state's take all contest on march 15th. for senator rubio it is a turf war as he tries to hold his home state as mr. trump leads in the polls as far as 15% and 18%. john roberts is live in west palm beach with the very latest about this contest. hey, john. >> reporter: good evening to you from the trump international golf club where he is hoping to make a victory speech. when it comes to the florida battl
FOX News
Jan 19, 2017 11:00am PST
, former president george h.w. bush and former first lady barbara bush remain hospitalized at this hour. we have an update on their conditions. we'll bring that to you next. these are difficult times for elderly holocaust survivors president-elect and vice president-elect. we are waiting for them to arrive at arlington national cemetery, the next event on the schedule. they will take part in a wreath-laying ceremony to be held there. as soon as they're under way, we're waiting for some shots of them leaving blair house, that's where donald trump is, at this hour. we will follow them as they go over for this, which will be one of the early moments of the entire inaugural proceedings. it will be a solemn and important one for both of them. we will see them carry out these duties many teams over the course of the next four years. that live as soon as that gets under way. in the meantime, former president george h.w. bush's hospital stay extended. doctors had originally thought that mr. bush would be released this week. he's been hospitalized with pneumonia-related issues saturday and
FOX News
Mar 13, 2010 6:00pm EST
us are democratic consultant and former deputy assistant to president george bush. great to have you here. >> hi. >> let's talk about who will take a slap on the wrist. whatever you want to call it in the upcoming elections. richard, you say the president is in good shape and that means good news for the democrats. >> well, he is is good shape relatively speaking. i mean when you look what unemployment numbers were under president obama and similar numbers under president reagan, president obama's approval ratings are probably higher than when ronald reagan was president in 1982 and the republicans last 26 seats. i think democrats get rewarded for passing health care to answer scott brown who says listen to the will of the people. what the people want is an end to exploiting health -- exploding health care costs. they're embarrassed that the u.s. is the only industrialized company without health care. when health care gets done, those things will be addressed, so come this fall when the doughnut hole for senior social security closed, when people who have kids with preexisting condit
FOX News
Jul 4, 2010 4:00pm EDT
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FOX News
Nov 28, 2010 10:00am EST
south korea naval exercises, they involve the uss george washington aircraft carrier, four other u.s. ships as well as a bunch of south korean ships and we are told that this flotilla is kept a little further south, a little bit away from the action, so as not to further antagonize the situation but, their presence alone is causing problems, and, causing north korea to be concerned, those exercises are set to last through wednesday and will be a bit of a tense week in the region and we'll watch it all for you, back to you. >> eric: all eyes on the korean peninsula as the exercises with the george washington, james. >> jamie: a call for talks to defuse the tensions in the koreas is concerning the u.s. lawmakers in washington, now reacting to what could possibly result from them, if anything at you. julie kirtz, live -- at all, julie kirtz is live with the latest. >> reporter: that's right, washington's new reaction to the growing tensions between the north and the south. two key senators on the armed services committee spoke out on fox news sunday, clair mccaskill called the latest, l
FOX News
Oct 31, 2009 12:00pm EDT
and controversial democratic donor, george soros had four. oprah winfrey twice, so did brad pitt, george clooney met with the vice-president to talk about the crisis in darfur, denzel washington is listed as part after durr group m may a few weeks before the movie studio announced he landed the role of president obama and the white house cautions, just because the name is on the list couldn't mean it's the guy. r. kelly, and others were listed, and white house were quick to say it's not the familiar must ones. >> thank you very much. last november president barack obama was the first democrat to win virginia in 40 years. democrats are trying to keep virginia in the blue as the race of the governor's race heats up in the old dominion. carl cameron is on the trail of every hot race and he'll be tracking deeds tomorrow following bob mcdonald. we'll put that on pause in the last few moments new developments in that closely watched new york 23rd race. and carl, let's start with that. give us the headline. >> huge political movement in the adirondacks this morning, brian. the democrati
FOX News
Dec 5, 2010 10:00am EST
assistant to president george w. bush. welcome to both this morning. brad, start with you. sounds like a tax cut deal potentially on the bush tax cuts is in the offing. what do you think? >> absolutely. if it's the witching hour when the tax cut expire. you mark my words, this is obama's read my lines moment. he campaigned on a strict policy that no tax cuts, especially bush tax cuts would be up and that the taxes would go up on those making $250,000 or more. they were the richest in america. we know they're not. now the president will be forced to do what he should have done two years ago to get the economy back on track, lower taxes on everybody. also get people to work. >> eric: richard, is he forced to do this? >> facing up to the political reality that the public wants the two sides to cooperate politically. this deadline is not what it's portrayed to be. congress would be capable of working with the treasury department and i.r.s. to lower rates retroactively, if by some chance a deal is not cut by december 31. nobody should be concerned that the rates will go up. in fact, th
FOX News
May 16, 2010 10:00am EDT
first as a democrat. well, six years ago, he had george w. bush into give him a warm endorsement, to enable him to win a very tough republican primary, and, well, that same ad is playing again, except it is sponsored by joe sestak. democrats have not responded well, it looks like specter could go down. >> eric: is there also a sense the liberals are lashing back? that they are not happy with their own democratic brethren? >> well, you know, i have noticed that party activists, whether they are democrats or republicans, left or right, they don't like the washington people dictating too them. and, they tend to rebel, they can rebel against the choices of washington and primaries. president obama, the vice president biden, the whole white house staff, they have backed senator specter strongly. governor rendell, in pennsylvania, has a lot of chips on the table for specter. there are a lot of average voters who say we'll pick the senator, thank you very much. >> eric: you see kind of a lashing out, a boomerang effect. it sounds like it is the tea party. that no matter what side you are on
FOX News
Jul 10, 2010 12:00pm EDT
george bush anymore, they don't think about george bush, they think about the economy and jobs and growing deficit and blame democrats. >> could the strategy cut both ways? because if the economy doesn't improve between now and mid terms. what does president obama say, still looking backward and not forward? >> as he said, elections, jamie, are a choice and i think it's undeniable that the stimulus kept us out of the abyss. we clearly haven't had the economic progress anyone would like, but that being said the methods conceived and executed on george bush's watch and elections are a choice between two approaches and i think president obama is following a rational and reasonable approach that nmost politicians have are the facts when having to deal with them. >> jamie: i think he's saying he hopes that mid term elections will be a choice and not referendum on the obama administration, tony. but maybe you can weigh in on that, and i also wanted to ask you about something else he said, he compares republicans to teenage drivers and says you can't give the keys to a kid who still doesn
FOX News
Apr 2, 2011 4:00pm EDT
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FOX News
Apr 19, 2017 11:00am PDT
, unbelievable. i'll say this right now, george steinbrenner is a very good friend of mine. george was a great champ, too. but there was a little more turmoil, right? a little more turmoil in his victories. and that's okay. he was another great one. since bob bought the patriots in 1994, they've won more division titles, conference championships and super bowl wins than any other team. no team has been this good for this long. amazing. he's built a culture dedicated to winning. and he started it with his coach. i want to tell you that is some special man. it's called the patriot way. that really starts with coach belichick. and i want to thank all of you for being with us. the patriots are an incredible organization. and this super bowl victory was a complete team effort. that's the beauty of what they do. they win as a team. [ applause ] with your backs against the wall andpundits, good old pundits. boy, they're wrong a lot, aren't they? saying you couldn't do it, the game was over. you pulled off the greatest super bowl comeback of all time. one of the greatest comebacks of all time. b
FOX News
Jun 28, 2017 11:00am PDT
: i want to switch gears here now to george wills recent op-ed. and i want your take on this, of course, we have been talking about repeal and replace obamacare, but he has a whole new spin on this. he calls a repeal and replace, instead, it should be changed to tweak and move on, selling that even nifty tweaks constitute improvements changes, obama will have been proved right, when lester, he compared the aca to a starter home. >> this will be one of the very few times that i agree with george will. he comes from the establishment, the moderate end of the republican party. i'm a little more for the right, more conservative. but i agree with him. i think this is an opportunity to tweak what they have. they have obamacare, the democrats can own it, they can eat it in 2018. tweak it and make sure people don't get thrown off their health insurance until you get through the election. if the g.o.p. takes this bill right now under the current standards, premiums are going to rise into the 2,018th election. they're going to get slaughtered at midterms. they're going to turn the house ba
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Nov 26, 2016 3:00pm PST
started softening during george w. bush's administration and gained steam under president obama. here to talk about castro's influence on american foreign policy, past and future, is mark dubowitz from the foundation for defense of democracy. good to see you. >> thanks, arthel. >> let's start here. in what ways has u.s. foreign policy been dictated pie fidel castro over the past 55 years? and will there be any real changes between now and 2016 when raul castro steps down? 2018. >> yeah. well, fidel castro has been in power for over 50 years, he's bedeviled u.s. presidents and even snubbed barack obama when obama restored diplomatic relations with cuba and visited the island. he's been a thorn in the side of these presidents, he's ruled over cuba 90 miles from florida. he's responsible for almost bringing the u.s. and soviet union to nuclear war in the early 1960s, and he has inspired and supported revolutionary movements and terrorist organizations the world over, all united with one central organizing principle and that is anti-americanism. >> you know, as you mentioned, president ob
FOX News
Aug 29, 2009 12:30pm EDT
, there as well, some final thoughts from you? >> shepard, picking up on the point, george w. bush was in the church paying respects to senator kennedy and in his remarks, president obama talked about a texas house committee chairman who ted kennedy courted on a legislative battle with cigars, well, that was jack bush, he lost in 1994 in the sweep that put republicans in the house and senate and george w. bush won his gubernatorial race against ann richards in 1994. ted kennedy was one of the few to survive the onslauts. he beat back mitt romney's charge in massachusetts and he became solidified more in the mind of democrats of not only a capable legislator, but a very, very good politician, one who could survive the greatest republican sweep lector alley and knew m mayorically in the house and senate in american history and further intensifying not only real status, but mythic status as a legislator and politician. george bush likely would not have been our 43rd president had he not beaten ann richards in the 1994 republican sweep one that ted kennedy survived and went to go beyond. >
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Aug 18, 2017 11:00am PDT
president clinton and president george w. bush, there was so much bipartisan outreach to members of congress that democrats were complaining with president obama the limited outreach and how they felt like they weren't getting the love from the president of their own party. president trump, especially with healthcare, spending a ton of time inviting members of congress over. the personal phone calls. the relationships that were built last year during the campaign have carried over to his time in the white house. president trump doesn't get enough credit for the tremendous amount of time that he has spent building his relationships with congress. i think it's a lot stronger than people give him credit for. >> sandra: such a difficult week. the terrorist attacks in charlottesville. now a white house shake-up. what do you say to the american people, congressman, who say we're finishing this week -- for some people it's hard to even digest the news right now, there's just so much being thrown at them. what do you like about what you're seeing right now with the president in washington,
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Oct 22, 2017 3:00pm PDT
north korea and sharp words for kim jong-un. last week president george w. bush appeared here in new york at the george w. bush institute's forum on freedom and liberty. he made a lot of headlines at the event and focused on the crisis in north korea. the bush institute honored young escapees who fled to find new lives here in our country. one of them is grace jo, there on the left. in her young life she experienced horrors few of us could ever have imagined. hers is astounding journey from north korea to a maryland college classroom. when grace jo walks along the leafy path of montgomery college in maryland, she is indistinguishable from any other american college student. but the 26-year-old's astounding journey took her from the gulags of dictatorship to the american united states. grace is north korean escapee, one of eight recipients of george w. bush institute's north korean freedom scholarship program. an effort by the former president to encourage freedom and values from those who fled the kingdom. and grace is uncompromising on what she says should be the fate of north korea
FOX News
Feb 28, 2016 1:00pm PST
saying that he is effectively as bad as republicans view the billionaire george soros who is known for huge donations to democratic causes and candidates. pretty tough comparison from ted cruz referencing donald trump and george soros. watch. >> he's supported more democratic politicians, heck, george soros is looking at him going, man, that guy supports a lot of liberals. i will not compromise away your religious liberty rights. >> reporter: for the last three days donald trump has been given just as good as he's been getting, pounding ted cruz and marco rubio, particularly rubio, calling him little marco. he sweats a lot, big ears, all kinds of discussions of their looks. rubio's sort of returned those same insults in kind and ted cruz has been arguing that donald trump has essentially become the equivalent of the manchurian candidate, calling himself a conservative, get into office and the general election and flip into something completely different. this is all about character, integrity, honesty and trustworthiness in an attempt to upsend the front-runner before super tuesday
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Oct 18, 2015 1:00pm PDT
the towers came down on george w. bush's watch. >> i don't want jeb bush to say my brother kept us safe because september 11th was one of the worst days in the history of this country. i'm not thin-skinned when something is -- if i did something wrong and you did something wrong, i can handle that. and if the press is bad. it is when people hit me when i didn't do anything wrong. it is like, then it is not a question of thin skin, i will fight back. >> the bush campaign releasing just hours ago a two-minute ad on social media blasting his ability to be commander-in-chief and international heavyweight. blushing that politicians pointing to trump's knowledge of foreign affairs. >> it looks as though he is not taking the responsibility, possibility of being president of the united states seriously. for him it looks as if he is an actor playing role for candidate, not boning up on issues. an broad sense of what it is to be a president. in his own words, it gives me great concern for sure. and a lot of other people will as well. >> retired neuro surgeon ben carson weighed in. he was eag
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May 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
former deputy adviser of president george w. bush. embassador, good of you to join us today and certainly we want to hear insights and perspective on what you see uncoiling in the historic first trip for the president of the united states. >> this is extraordinary. he's starting in the islamic world, then going to israel, then to rome, so he hits all three major, if you will, religions and then to brussels and then to italy to do nato, the european union, the french president and then the g7 states including japan. he will set all kinds of signals in doing this beginning with relations with the islamic world and the fight against terror, the fight against iran and the fight for a stabilized world under american leadership. that's the message he's trying very hard to get out. kelly: embassador, as you know, that's a strong message to get out and certainly one that's vital not only to the national security interest of the united states but the national security interest of the world as it relates to fighting al-qaeda and isis, people don't mention al-qaeda but if you think about s
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Apr 16, 2016 3:00pm PDT
old school style deli in the city. he also nabbed the endorsement of former governor george pataki. john roberts continues our coverage. he's live in syracuse. >> good afternoon. a lot of support for donald trump in the upstate which is why he's been spending so much time here. syracuse earlier today and the water town. he'll be going to staten island. he's got the huge lead. 32 points over his next closest rival. 36 points over ted cruz. the reason he wants to come out with the many 95 delegates as possible to push back against this narrative that ted cruz keeps on winning the delegate contest. we saw a short time ago in wyoming and none of that a surprise to the trump campaign. now donald trump changing the narrative to say we're not playing in the delegate contest where the party's decided because it will be waste of money. listen to what he said in watertown. >> i run a smart campaign. i'm putting up my own money, so i'm not going to waste money. i could have had people go there four months ago, five months ago. i don't want to waste money when a boss will say we don't want tru
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Mar 12, 2016 11:00am PST
george bush stood on that rubble and said we're all americans, all over the world. so we'll fix these things when we remember that we're americans and not republicans and democrats first, but americans first, and work together and lift this country. we will fix this. now, i've done 106 town halls in new hampshire. 200 meetings. then i've done -- i don't know how many in south carolina. was in illinois for some last week. i've been all over the place and they've all been fun. so now we're here. please don't screw this up for me. okay? i'm having a great time. okay? who wants to go first and ask a question. ask whatever you want. yes, sir, right back here. >> i have a question on social security. first of all, it is not an entitlement. people and their employers have paid in to that expecting it to be there when they retire. i read somewhere in new hampshire you were proposing some income cuts for senior citizens. correct me if i have this wrong, and i hope i do. but what is your take on that? if so, that's not right to do. thank you. >> yeah. well, sir, here's the situation. they say t
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Feb 24, 2017 11:00am PST
. and for more. we'll bring in a ri who was the press secretary for george bush. you look at the report from john roberts, talking to a senior administration official. saying what really happened fbi director andrew mccab be approached reince priebus and he's the one that went and said hey, you know the story in the new york times regarding the contact between trump's campaign and russia, that was bs, and priebus said what am i supposed to do about that? he said i don't know call me and i will have ideas and according to the report, priebus called him at the fbi and there is what are the ideas and he said nothing i can do. there is a lot in there that is strange. why would the fbi director, reach out and say, guess what, that story is bs in his words? >> well, the fbi has a dual role. they are investigator of allegations and they independently run to ground and two, they have a relationship with the white house. and if they run it to ground and winds up on the newspaper and false. it is human nature and also washington relationships. they are going to tell bosses in the white hou
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Jan 29, 2017 9:00am PST
. the can't price tag is somewhere between $12 to $15 billion. when george w. bush signed the secure fence act into law almost 10 years ago, the estimated cost was close to $5 billion. so what do you think about u.s. taxpayers footing the bill up front? are you confident mexico will reimburse the u.s. in and will those repayments come in a for that will be effective and make us whole? >> i see what the president has said. i think this is the type for congress to have the necessary hearings. the appropriations process needs to work. it seems difficult to me to envision the circumstance in which mexico actually pays for the wall. but i would be delighted to hear how that could be accomplished. but i think congress ned to prioritize. the border is important. national security matters. who comes across our borders is a law enforcement and national security issue. congress may be able to prioritize this as spending. but when need to have the story in place that convinces us that it will actually work. and it will mean we'll have to spend money less someplace else. arthel: that's what we'l
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Nov 11, 2017 11:00am PST
and george pleaded guilty. that was what was the discussion and the dossier was to divert from the investigation that's going on right now. >> there's been in public allegation or specific claims about coordination between associates and russians, how and when would this be all figured out? when will we get the truth here? >> there weren't that many facts. it's important for us to wait for facts before saying that there's collusion going on and the american people deserve to know what's going on. but, again, the way it stands now it seems like there's as much collusion going on with hillary and foreign entities as much as there is with trump and others. it's important to look at with the way mainstream media handled dossier. the trump campaign came we had information on hillary clinton, will you cover it, of course they wouldn't cover it, it's not true, there's no way to know it's accurate and they wouldn't get -- but when it's harmful to trump campaign, they run with it. >> i can hear some reaction coming from our friend, much has been made about the timing here. the dossier alleg
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Apr 8, 2017 2:00pm PDT
president trump as a conventional republican. he's saying the kinds of things you would hear george w. bush say, and he's getting applause from the mainstream center of the party, people like john mccain, lindsey graham and many, many other republicans. eric: and a chemical attack, the use of chemical weapons is such an affront and offense to human decency in any way after what we saw in world war i, outlawed by the geneva convention in, you know, 1925. and we understand some of those photographs of the children, as he said in his statement, the faces of the babies is something that deeply moved him. and some would say that is the moral thing for a president to do. >> well, a lot of people are focusing on how president trump came to make in this decision and the fact that the pictures of the horribly attacked children and the dead children were very moving to him. and they're saying, some people are saying this was the right response, the moral response, and others are saying, well, wait a minute, let's make sure this isn't a gut decision. the president needs to come forward, they s
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Feb 13, 2016 12:00pm PST
play for south carolina, the state that sealed the deal for his brother in 2000. in fact, george w. bush will be coming here to campaign next week. >> he's going to campaign. i don't know the exact details but i'm excited about that. it will be the first time that the old boy has gotten out of his rocking chair to campaign for a candidate. i'm honored that it's me. >> first time that the old man has gotten out of his rocking chair to campaign. it will be for jeb bush. since i talked to the governor -- that was a couple of days ago about that -- there will be a big event north charleston monday night, low country of south carolina, in the area of charleston, north charleston, hilton head island, the key area around there. real mks of moderates and conservatives. it's an area where jeb bush could potentially do well, uma, with the exception, as i pointed out, in that other poll, donald trump leads him on every other group. it will be difficult to make inroads. >> even with the brotherly love we expect to see next week. >>> keeping the focus on nevada voters, bernie sanders at a campa
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Dec 31, 2016 9:00am PST
norfolk friday after a middle east deployment. but its replacement, the uss george w. bush isn't due to sail until early next year. navy officials cite budget cuts and other factors for the gap and say assault ship is currently patrolling the middle east. >>> coming up, a devastating fire ripped through one neighborhood turning local businesses to ash. how firefighters come battled the blaze. >>> the days may be numbered if president obama sticks to his agenda. what to expect with trump and congress after january 20th. >> we have to be a rich nation if we're going to rebuild our military. if we're going to build the wall. we have to be a rich nation. if we're going to -- if we're going to repeal and replace obamacare. what's the best way to get two servings of veggies? v8 or a powdered drink? ready, go. ahhhhhhhh! shake! shake! shake! shake! shake! done! you gotta shake it! i shake it! glad i had a v8. the original way to fuel your day. >>> we're getting dramatic images from the geens boro of new york as a four-alarm fire destroys an entire block of businesses. 175 firefighters took
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Jan 17, 2010 4:00pm EST
going to turn back the clock. they want to go back to the days of george w. bush and tax cuts for the wealthiest few. >> gregg: why did she lose her lead? >> i don't know because it's really important that we focus on the next couple of days. >> gregg: you say it's not about health care, but she did have a 30-point lead. what is it about that? >> one day the polls she has a 30-point lead, next day that the race is tightened, any u.s. senate race is going to be tight. there are very few blowout senate races in the united states of america these days. scott brown is totally out of step with the voters in massachusetts. this is a democratic state. they don't want a senator who voted to actually deny women rape kits when they go to the hospital. they don't want a senator who --. >> gregg: he would deny that he did that. he voted in favor of a clause about morning after pills. >> they don't want a senator denying covering employees with health insurance. his priorities are out of step and on advertise, massachusetts voters are going to say that. >> gregg: maybe it's martha coakley is out o
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Nov 1, 2015 9:00am PST
, it's not boots on the ground, it's still part of this exercise of saying, i'm not george w. bush. get over it, mr. president. >> it's not just syria, but in places like iraq where the president appears to have ignored pentagon advice on withdrawing troops there, do you think this is a president who really has a tendency to ignore sound military advice, in favor of his own political objectives? >> i think it's a political ideology. i think certainly it's intended to serve domestic political goals as well. but i think the president believes that a strong america, as exemplified by military deployments, is as much a part of the problem as what the deployments are intended to combat. and he instinctively recoils. sometimes reality overtakes him. i think that's what this deployment of 50 special operators is. he doesn't want to do this. he just doesn't see any way out of it. >> famously president obama vowed that assad must go. and he promised he was going to do it. now he has agreed to resume the united nations peace talks with the recognition that assad will remain in power. has he
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Sep 18, 2010 4:00pm EDT
from owe. george mcgovern. that's what happens to a party when it lurges too far to the fringe of its party. in that case it was the left in this case to the right. we saw newt gingrich on show a moment ago in 1994 he led the republican revolution. where did it go? what happened to it? it went nowhere. gave bill linton a second term. by it wait, bill clinton left this country with a surplus. it took eight years of george bush to drive that deficit up. >> dick, tea party movement fop changes to social security. those concerned social security is going to].fw run out by the time i'm going to need it that is a valid point. >> no question it is a valley point. remember this, there are measures being looked at to either increase the retirement age or lower benefits or do something to make that work. number two, people need social security, we are not going to do away with it. that's what miller said do away with it or jim demint, put it in the stock market that worked well. >> they've been singing that song for 60 years. whenever they are desperate they talk about how republicans are going
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Feb 14, 2010 4:00pm EST
, a former speech writer to george w. bush will be telling us why he thinks president obama's strategy for going after terrorists may be putting all of us at risk. he'll explain what he means in just a bit. >> julie: in today's talk shows, war of words between biden and cheney. two men trading barbs in how they handled the war on terror. julie is in washington and joins us with a blow-by-blow assessment. they went back and forth from the suspected christmas day bomber. what did they say about that case in particular? >> christmas day bomber, not read his miranda rights. president obama is trying to pretend we're not at war. joe biden took that comments on two talk shows and the former vice president fired back. take a listen. >> the thing i learned from watching that process unfold the administration really wasn't equipped to deal with the aftermath of an attempted attack against the united states in the sense they didn't know what to do with the guy. >> i don't know what dick has been doing lately. we did exactly what he did with the shoe bomber, richard reid, exactly what he
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Jan 2, 2011 4:00pm EST
, president reagan emerged from a crowded primary and went against george w.h. bush. even john mccain -- howard dean is great example until the scream heard around the world. then we know that john rer can i became the moment. the reality with the organization and money it takes in a 50-state campaign, sometimes it takes these people who have established some of that in the campaign before. that is why it's a lot more difficult on the republican side to see somebody just come right out of blue. >> julie: the biguestion is what is going to happen to the republican party? are they going to cater to the tea party or by losing moderates or be the party of corporate america, or will they find the roots to physical conserve tism? >> think we're going to see a real republican civil war what is going on in the party and in congress where there is a strong tea party caucus. where you see the leadership is going to affect what is happening at the presidential level. i actually disagree, i think one of the unknowns could emerge in the environment particularly if sarah palin doesn't get into the
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Mar 7, 2010 12:00pm EST
are already sitting out here in the stands. one of the people they are excited to see george clooney who always gets a huge reaction, no, ma'am natalled for best actor for up in the air. we are looking forward to talking to him on the carpet tonight. he has stiff competition in that category from jeff bridges who is nominated for best actor for crazy heart. we are hope to catch up with him on the carpet there is a lot of buzz behind him. a lot of momentum. a lot of people saying he might take home the statute tonight. chris volt expecting him to take home the statuejames cameron, if he wins for avatar we are very intrigued to hear what he said. when he won for best picture for titanic in 1997 he said he is king of the worlds. we will hear what he says tonight shannon. >> maybe king of the universe, not the world. that was a very expensively made and even bigger box office haul for him. we will be watching. thanks, jill. >> thank you. >> shannon: keep it here. later this hour, i will bring you my interview with the hurt locker director catherine big glow and screen writer mark bohl. h
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Feb 6, 2011 4:00pm EST
, george w. bush and laura bush among others. >> gregg: wow, that is terrific. we're hearing one other player has something else to celebrate? >> yeah. a huge celebration, he is a defensive end for the green bay packers, his wife gave birth to their son in north texas. talk about a super surprise. mom and baby are doing well. this the couple's first son i'm told and they may give the baby the name super. >> gregg: that is better than bowl. thanks very much. >> heather: call him touchdown. on a different note, missing toddler, to find him alive, what they are saying about the search for an 18-month old. >> president reagan made a bond with hosni mubarak, how would ronald reagan handle the middle east crisis today? it would be the gipper's 100th birthday. casey stegall at a moving tribute. >> reporter: it was birthday like none other. scores of dignitaries. we will take you inside ronald reagan's centennial celebration right here on america's news headquarters. it's where ethel percy andrus found a reted teacher living because she could afford nothing else. ethel couldn't ignore the clea
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Nov 13, 2010 12:00pm EST
moderately good looking as i'm told. he was, of course, accepted as a cadet. so was george a. custer who had a recommendation from an ohio congressman that said custer, quote, writes a fair and ledgeble hand, able to perform with facility and accuracy the ground rules of arithmetic. that letter was good enough to get custer end but he ended up finishing last in his class. some other cool cadet applications we saw include thomas stonewall jackson and others, and you can see the handwriting is a little tough to decipher, but the documents are in great shape thanks to the hard working folks at the national archives. >> we have 80 million items in our holdings. we go back to the spanish american wars. the records are all permanent records never to be destroyed. our mission is to preserve them for posterity and to make them available to people who need them now. >> reporter: you can look up these famous warriors or your own ab a an ses ancestors until. >> it's all very fascinating. i'm a big civil war buff. this is great for people to see all this on line, you know, to be able to sample h
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Jul 18, 2009 12:00pm EDT
something specific. >> george washingtons university professor says a czar needs to do something else. like the energy czar his or her authority should cross cabinet boundaries, in this case the environmental protection agency and energy department which folds back to energy steve forbes says is a testament to government inefficiency. >> we call it the inefficiency of government and handing that to people and hoping that maybe they'll get something done with the massive bureaucracy cannot. >> by some definitions, a czar reports directly to the president and does not require confirmation. which he says is like building a parallel government. >> outside the constitution and authority of congress. >> there are less than a dozen czars, but mr. obama and vice-president biden are responsible for more than half of them. in addition to browner in the department, executive orders created affairs czar and chief technology officer this year. and when he was in the senate. vice-president biden sponsored legislation, a drug czar, a science czar, a domestic violence czar, of course, none were offic
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Aug 19, 2017 9:00am PDT
with david, the founder of capital gig and serves as george w. bush address. i want your thoughts because we see, obviously, a very different picture. robert, i'll start with you. a very peaceful protest. that being said, we're hearing their message. the first estimate was 15,000 and we could expect up to 30,000. what is the message sent today? >> the extreme far right, white supremacist movement is not what america wants. it's shows the progressives in the country are energized and ready. i think it's a big message for 2018 for congressional republicans, there is energy on the progressive side. we're going to see a very exciting and a very transformative election cycle. and president trump's policies towards the white supremacist community, policies in the people he's had in his administration, is going to make it very difficult for g.o.p. republicans to hold onto the house. elizabeth: and we had a protester on the ground in my ear that the free speech, of those, the speakers, the organizers were on stage at the rally in boston common and they have now cleared the stage. so, they
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