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Mar 6, 2016 10:00am PST
in studio, fox news contributor george will. president reagan's final communication director and a friend of nancy reagan. how are you? >> i'm well. >> how about this day? >> you know, it's a reminder of the politics as a team sport. you have a political party. you have legislative caucus. most of all, you have your spouse. they were the most married couple i ever met. they would sit together in a room and ronald reagan would write her love notes across the room. he once wrote five words that i think is fair to say changed our lives and then the world. and then along came nancy. it gave him center to his life. he was a famously friendly man. i think a lot of his friendliness was to keep people at bay. i think he had one friend and he married her. and they were so close. they could communicate the way real married couples can do. i think that it's a reminder of the difficulties of politics because she took a lot of the incoming fire because he was so admired and adored by many people that she became the target of choice for some of his enemies. and she was not adverse to engaging in
FOX News
Mar 19, 2017 9:00am PDT
. eric: thank you so much. the paintings behind me painted by president george w. bush. a continuing reminder of those in harm's way. uma: the justice department pushing back after a federal judge in hawaii blocked president trump's revised travel ban hours before it was set to take effect. the d.o.j. filing a motion asking judge derrick watson to clarify his order. we have more on what all of this means. will, what is hawaii saying about this now? reporter: uma just responded to the d.o.j.'s request for u.s. district court judge derrick watson to reconsider part his order. it was supposed to start last thursday that included a 90-day travel ban and 120-day suspension of refugee admission and wanted to cut down on the total number of refugees aloud into the united states. but short time before the ban was set to go into effect, judge watson issued a temporary restraining order. they are asking for a temporary order allowing them to go ahead with the refugees. they wrote that the government has further delayed proceedings in a matter it claimed is urgent. allowing any part of one or b
FOX News
Dec 17, 2016 9:00am PST
electors prepare their presidential vote on monday, we're at the home of our very first president, george washington. we'll find out why the electoral college was a compromise for two very different ideas about electing our commander in chief. of. >>> thank you for spending your saturday with us. i'm elizabeth prann at mount vernon in northern virginia. >> with christmas decorations befitting the home of a former president, nice to see you, liz. i'm leland vittert. welcome to news headquarters in washington. >>> president obama isn't mincing words when it comes to his feelings about russia. the president says he told russian president vladimir putin to cut it out and suggested that the russian president personally direct his hacking the american election. we have obviously what president obama is saying, and then also this huge difference, this big ocean between what president obama is saying and what president-elect trump is saying. >> it's absolutely night and day, leland. president obama said his goal is to send a clear message about the cyber attacks to russia, don't do this to us, be
FOX News
Oct 18, 2015 9:00am PDT
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. >> this after his counterpart took to twitter, jeb bush defending his brother tweeting, how pathetic for donald trump to credit is size the president for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. ben carson was asked about the back-and-forth and he was less eager to pass judgment on the front-runner's intentions but tension is erupting among other candidates on the gop side. marco rubio defending his record and dismissing a subtle comparison drawn between him and the president by the former florida governor. with the intent of looking forward and temporarily shifting away from key states such as iowa and new hampshire and south carolina, six republicans including bush, carson, fiorina, huckabee, cruz and santorum will all gather for a presidential forum in plano, texas. christian value sz expected to be the headliner but with ten days from the next gop debate, candidates are also expected to ad
FOX News
Feb 14, 2016 9:00am PST
the people, george. we've got an election. >> even as the flag flies at half staff at the white house and at all federal buildings the sudden opening at the high court has begun the central issue of the race for the white house. >> thrusting it into the middle of the campaign. >> the nation honoring and remembering justice scalia in weekend a. makeshift memorial sits at the bottom of the steps of the supreme court, mourners at the nation's capital leaving kamgdss and flowers in the justice's memory. >> the death of the justice leaving a stark vacancy at the court, for how long we are reporting is uncertain. his absence during the current cases could mean there are a number of 4-4 ties without his vote. what does his sudden death mean to the court and to our country? a fox news contributor who knew and worked with justice scalia for 40 years. ambassador, you are the one who told him he was confirmed that was a phone call in the kitchen of the hilton hotel in washington in september of 1986. tell us about that phone call. please tell us about that night. >> well, scalia's nomination to
FOX News
Nov 13, 2016 3:00pm PST
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FOX News
Jan 24, 2016 9:00am PST
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FOX News
Apr 16, 2011 12:00pm EDT
severe weather. there is a tornado watch spanning in the carolina and george george that is good until 1:00 p.m. eastern time . so it is a broad area. there is a lot of rain move negligent northeast. can you see the pockets of darker yellow and orange . that means heavier bands of rain and the are training over the same area. you do have concern of flooding as well as severe weather . there is a brand new tornado watch issued in parts of virginia and also in north carolina and south carolina and we'll continue to watch this area for the potential to continue to see thunderstorms developing that could produce tornados and damaging wind gust large size hail it is something that we will track in the day today, uma. >> thank you so much. firefighters in texas are battling a wildfires that forced hundreds of evacuation and kill would a firefighter there. strong wind and dry conditions are making the battle more difficult. multiple wildfires destroyed 400,000 acres in west texas. some of them have been burning a week. >> they are rallying ahead of the monday tax deadline. candidates are maki
FOX News
Jul 25, 2010 10:00am EDT
element we need to do, when the exercise is over, the carrier george washington and the battle group should go into the yellow sea on the other side of korea to make it clear we still regard that as international waters. >> eric: what if they fire long range missiles, they have in the past over japan, what if they fired short range missiles, would there be a military clash? >> we wants to be cautious and prudent about this. it has only been a couple of months since the sinking of the south korean ship with 46 south korean sailors killed and a completely unprovoked attack and i think the risk we face now is the results of decades of not pushing back, when korea made threats and committed acts of belligerence, the lesson we don't want to teach them is they can get away with acts like that. and it is a dicey situation, but, simply backing off is not the right answer. >> eric: it seems they got away with the attack. look, the country by all means attacked one of the strongest u.s. allies, sinking the ship and killing 46 sailors and what type of action from the white house, what have we s
FOX News
Apr 16, 2011 1:00pm EDT
deputy assistant to president george w. bush, gentlemen, good to see you both. >> great to be here. >> this brings to mind another incident for president obama when he was running for president in '08 caught on an open microphone without realize he's talking to americans who cling to god and guns out of frustration and he he called it clumsy after the fact. what do you think of the latest incident, clumsy, worse or not so bad. >> i think the president should know better certainly when he has a microphone on that, you say things as if you wouldn't be embarrassed if it was on the "the washington post" the next day. he has three speeches, one to the public and one to the political base. i happen to think that yesterday was the truth. what he really believes. when he opens he's open to new ideas from republicans, obviously he's not. he has more comfort taking the role, leaders on the democratic said than leading himself. and we see the true obama when he makes those comments. >> and i always say you get the true person when they are he' talking and think no one else is listening. >> an
FOX News
Mar 19, 2016 3:00pm PDT
toes in utah today. kasich set to hold the town hall in saint george. we're looking live there when -- we may dip into it. meanwhile, cruz also holding a rally earlier in provo. that's in utah. saying the republican race may not be big enough for both of them. >> what i think is undoubtedly clear is that john kasich cannot win the nomination. that it is mathematically impossible for him to win the nomination, that a vote for john kasich is a vote for donald trump. i don't know if donald trump is campaigning tore donald trump's vice president. >> there you have it, the kasich campaign making the same argument against cruz. campaign strategist tweeting cruz is a spoiler, a vote for either cruz or trump is a vote for hillary. here to join me is colleen mccain. colleen, before we start, i want to let you know we may dip into governor kasich's rally there in saint george, utah. if so, we'll interrupt you and take a listen. meanwhile, let's talk about this. what are the odds that governor kasich will become the republican nominee? >> under normal circumstances, the odds would pretty much
FOX News
Aug 29, 2017 11:00am PDT
it was for george w. bush. i think was an important moment. and an important moment for people overseas including our enemies to cs connect over a natural disaster and we are on top. and we are compassionate people. it has been an important scene, but the most important thing is for the president to not get in the way of these relief efforts. >> sandra: there was a moment there where the governor had an exchange with the president, where they were keeping praise on each other at which time come the president chimed in and said, i don't think now is the time to congratulate each other. i think we can all agree on that. simon? >> the heroes today are the people on the ground in these communities who are fighting extraordinary circumstances with the local and first responders. and citizen volunteers that we have seen on tv so much over the last few days. our prayers and our admiration has to be with them. they are doing all the hard work right now. it has been really inspiring for someone very far away to see the great american spirit play out as we head over the last couple days.
FOX News
Apr 30, 2017 9:00am PDT
lob half a million shells in an hour or so. what does this administration do? the george w. bush administration took north korea off the terrorist list. if you put them back on. kim jong-un says that's an act of war. reporter: there is no way to gain it out and predict what he's going to do next. so the best thing to do is strategize really focusing on deterrents. which is what the burke administration, the obama administration and trump administration is trying to do. eric: do you think he's gotten that message that he did not test a nuclear weapon because of the syrian missile strike? >> to a degree probably. i think that's part of it. this administration is keeping military action have much on the table, according to senator mccain and president trump. and that's smart. whether we end up using it in the north is a separate issue. but making sure they feel the threat of it is something that's very important. >> perhaps with that military option on the table diplomacy can start working. >> reporter: the trump administration unveiling a sweeping tax reform. and slashing the corpo
FOX News
Oct 17, 2015 1:00pm PDT
president george w. bush for the 9/11 terror attack. he said blame him or don't plame him but he was president when the world trade center came down. now jeb bush is defending his brother on twitter saying, how pathetic for donald trump to criticize my brother for 9/11. we were attacked and my brother kept us safe. and lindsey graham saying suggesting george w. bush is a loser because we were attacked shows that you don't understand this war. everyone carly fiorina weighed in. >> donald trump says quite frankly a lot of irresponsible things. and the rationale for his candidacy seems to be everyone else, everyone else is is stupid or messed up or a loser. and he's the only guy who's good. >> reporter: so far today trump has not responded. the race hinges on the decision of one man, joe biden. but he is running out of time. something his own political team is now acknowledging. one of his top advisers says, if he decides to run, we will need each and every of you yesterday. meantime, primary opponent hillary clinton just announced she has $33 million in the bank. she raised $28 million
FOX News
Jul 31, 2016 1:00pm PDT
. joining me, brad blingman, former deputy assistant to george w. bush and tamera holder, attorney and fox news contributor. good to see you both. tamera, you're first. how do you see it? >> i see it as definitely something that frowns upon our political system, this type of behavior, if you will. i understand retired generals and people in the military formerly, they can speak and they have opinions, they're members of america if you will. but i think this looks bad for members of the military, and i don't think it is just generals. if you saw sheriff clark from wisconsin, he went to the rnc with his outfit on, if you will, with all of his medals, speaking against black lives matter. you don't have to agree with black lives matter, but these military and law enforcement officials should not be entering into the political arena. i think it feels bad in america. >> general dempsey was wrong. these folks when they serve in the military currently, they surrender free speech to talk politics. they understand that in the military. once they leave, they're a citizen like you or i. look a
FOX News
Jun 17, 2017 11:00am PDT
deputy attorney general and threatening to resign in 2004. after george w. bush's anti-terror wiretaps. let's bring in christopher bedford editor-in-chief of the news foundation. thank you for talking to us. >> thank you. >> i have step in beginning to go on record here that robert mueller being appointed is too close for comfort given his very special, very close relationship with fellow and former fired fbi director james comey. what if muller basically, what is he and tended to do here after months of investigation have come up with no evidence in the evidence of collusion with is the main purpose of this investigation into russia? >> have to wonder about that. instruction of what really? they're saying obstruction of justice. but all of the things we talked about whether you want to talk about the jeff sessions hearing, a foreign relations issue. you can talk about donald trump's settlers dealings we can talk about the obstruction of justice. the problem is the core of this. how it all got started. the allegation of donald trump and members of his campaign colluded with the kremlin
FOX News
Mar 12, 2016 3:00pm PST
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FOX News
Jan 22, 2017 3:00pm PST
signs for former president george h.w. bush and his wife, former first lady barbara, days after they were admitted to a houston hospital. the 41st president could be moved out of the icu in the next day or two. you know, he had some breathing problems. mrs. bush given the option to be discharged today, but we're told she chose to stay an extra 24 hours in the hospital. she had severe bronchitis and, of course, our best wishes and thoughts to them both for a complete recovery. they are, indeed, a remarkable couple. >>> well, it also is a very sad day for major league baseball, yordana ventura has died following a tragic car crash. ventura was known for his 100 mile-an-hour fast ball, and he helped the royals reach the world series in 2014. rob, this is the latest in what's been a string of deaths of major league players in both car and boat crashes. >> that's right. and this appears to be a bizarre happenstance, this one, eric. two unrelated car crashes on the same night in the same country killed two major league ball players, one current, one retired. both accidents happening i
FOX News
Sep 2, 2017 9:00am PDT
largest of bring the george r brown convention center in houston. joining us live in robert jackson, senior public affairs at houston first and he manages that facility. thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you, elizabeth. good to be with you. elizabeth: first and foremost, it's hard for some of our viewers to believe because they've been following the coverage now for the better half of a week, but the fact of the matter is, some people are not able to go home at all. is it true that a lot of these centers are still at full capacity? >> no, we have capacity at the george r brown, but right now, all evacuees and people requiring shelters are directed to the nrg center. elizabeth: so what are your resources like? >> we're going to house everyone. elizabeth: i know that no one's getting turned away, but what type of resources do you have and also other centers? what resources do you all have? >> right, well, the response in houston has been just overwhelming. extraordinary times require an extraordinary response and that's what houstonions do, they step up. saw it during ike, du
FOX News
Apr 18, 2010 4:00pm EDT
pervasive bailouts two years ago and again it was under the republican president george bush and lot of people protested, isn't there a logical assumption now among the major financial institutions, that you know what, they are always going to be saved by washington. isn't that disen seven active to engage in responsible practices? >> i would suggest that you may not to remember, there was something called lehman brothers. we thought they were one of strongest financial institutions in the united states. they don't exist today. anybody that takes great comfort out of bill and think they can't go down. history doesn't show you to be right. >> gregg: let me throw in a quick one. here a quote from the dodd bill, failed firms must repay any amount owed to the united states unless the u.s. consents otherwise. why would a firm owe uncle sam unless it's bailed out? >> good question. i haven't read the 1386 pages, so i can't have this debate with you. >> gregg: i let you know when i finish, but that struck me. why do you have to pay back unless you've been bailed out. we'll leave it at that. ta
FOX News
Jul 25, 2010 12:00pm EDT
the south. greg palkot is on board the uss george washington. he joins us on the phone with the very latest. greg? >> hey, shannon. we wrapped up a very busy day. you know they call it a defensive operation. we certainly saw a lot of offensive muscle being flexed. it is a large scale maneuver, 20 ships involved, including the one we are on, a huge nucleared powered aircraft carrier u.s.s. george washington. 200 aircraft including f-22 and f-18s we have been seeing fly off the dock of this aircraft carrier all day. 8,000 service members involved. u.s. south korean 5500 on this aircraft carrier. all in response, at least in part to the sinking of that south korean war ship back in march. we have heard from a lot of officials here on this ship, too, that they believe that north korea was involved. and all according to the folks here not just to train up soldiers to cooperate together, sailors to cooperate, but also to send signals to south korea, solidarity. north korea, deterrence. and we have been hearing back from north korea all weekend, shannon. they have been branding these e
FOX News
Nov 8, 2009 4:00pm EST
staff george casey is the latest top official to call on president obama to send more troops into afghanistan. no official decision is yet out of the white house. president's advisors are drawing up three options. when can we expect the president's final decision? we will be talking to general bob scales coming up next. yg;wwgkóçó37wcwówg'çówóço >> julie: more troops could be on the way to afghanistan. president obama is weighing three options all of them calling for an increase in forces. as he moves closer to his decision, military leaders are speaking out. george casey lending his support for sending additional troops. listen. >> believe we need to put additional forces into afghanistan to give general mcchrystal the ability to dampen the successes of the taliban. >> julie: what are those tree options? joining me is bob scales a fox military analyst. thank you very much for talking to us. so why don't you lay out the president's three options that he has in afghanistan for us? >> there are three options. as you say, option number one, the all in option, 40-45,000
FOX News
Jun 26, 2010 12:00pm EDT
no word that this current scare is related to his heart problems. molini wilks is live at george washington hospital with the very latest. hi. >> well, shannon, no new information this morning on the condition of vice president dick cheney either from the hospital or from his staff. now, we do know that he is expected to stay here through the weekend but it is not clear how serious his condition is. he came here for tests yesterday after experiencing discomfort. he is 69. he has this history of heart disease dating back 30 years so it was natural for him to come and get checked out immediately. we got a statement from his spok spokesperson last night saying former vice president cheney was not seeing well and was seen this afternoon, meaning yesterday by his doctors in their offices at george washington university. on the advice of his physicians, he was admitted to the hospital for further testing. he is expected to remain in the hospital over the weekend. now, the former vice president had a heart attacks a few months ago back in february. that one was mild. but it was his fift
FOX News
Apr 2, 2011 1:00pm EDT
and sent george mitchell there to court him and eased sanctions on assad, trying to woo him away from his alliance with iran. how has that been working? >> well, to paraphrase obama, the united states has been courting assad since the nixon administration and every single time there's this game we play with the assad family and attempt to court them and we end up getting rejected and it happened with reagan. it happened with clinton during the negotiations with israel, it happened even with george w. bush and colin powell going over there and they are doomed to failure. this is a radical regime. it's a regime rauling over a sunni majority. another aspect of what's going on. >> what should the the united states policy be now that you have this aroused opposition against assad. should we side with the opposition and try to topple the regime? >> that should be the long-term goal of the united states. the events are going to play out and i suspect they're going to become more severe in syria in weeks-- >> really. >> in the weeks ahead. we might see a libya-like situation. remember in 1982
FOX News
Jul 11, 2010 10:00am EDT
-- >> eric: sorry to interrupt you, you raised the point, finally, george mitchell, the middle east envoy will be meeting with abbas this week. what can mitchell say and what do you think abbas will say to try to finally get this back on track? >> i think that what george mitchell, who is a very experienced and wise diplomat and has been through this with northern island, not in any way comparing the two situations, what george mitchell should say to abbas is take it. take it now. or even take it or leave it. you don't want it, you don't want direct talks, stew in your own juice and don't blame us, if nothing happens. i think george mitchell should be very tough with the palestinians, they have been handled far too gently, they have been given far too much time, there is an israeli government that is willing to go for it, there is a u.s. administration that is pushing for it and there is an international community that is waiting for it, and, more than that, eric, as you know so well there is a loom threat of iran over the arab world, over the moderate arab and muslim world and the
FOX News
Apr 29, 2017 2:00pm PDT
staffer for george h. david bush and author of the book game of thorns inside story of hillary clinton's failed campaign in donald trump's winning strategy. it's good to see you. talking about winning strategy supreme court judge gorsuch and the missile firing that deterred assad from using chemical weapons. of course you have health care comedy about taxes so on balance how do you think the president has done? >> i give him an a+ and i will tell you why. i study and read history and historians have to deal with facts and we can't just go with it motioned to the national media is ignoring what's been accomplished but remember when barack obama was it not grated it was a special moment for america after an american president and we shared the joy with their african-american brothers and sisters for that moment whether we were republican guard democrat, left or right. i think terry morin of abc said barack obama was the only effective president the other one being george washington who stepped down when he became president in harry smith of cbs said it was like a sacrament, the inauguratio
FOX News
Jul 17, 2010 4:00pm EDT
downgrading the typhoon down to a tropical storm. >> its meeting of the minds in middle east. george mitchell in ramala talking with mahmoud abbas about a hopeful peace deal. reena ninan has the latest from jerusalem. >> we're learning more about what mahmoud abbas wants in order to direct talks with israelis. george mitchell met the president of ramallah today. he is mediating between the israelis and palestinians. direct talks if only begin if israel would agree that palestinian state would run along the borders, land that israel captured in 1967. but mitchell seemed optimistic. >> i will now visit several other countries in the region for discussions with leaders in several of the neighboring countries. efforts will continue in that regard. >> yesterday, he met with benjamin netanyahu. he said he is ready to begin direct talks but palestinians don't believe he is willing to make any serious sacrifices for a future palestinian state. the indirect talks are only expected to last two more months. white house is hoping that both leaders will agree to direct talks in the coming weeks.
FOX News
Nov 29, 2009 4:00pm EST
reporting at the scene of this horrific shooting. >> hunter george, county spokesman. what can you tell us about these four police officers and why it seems they were targeted specifically, nobody else was injured in the coffee shop and whoever is responsible for shooting the four police officers who were in even form had some sort of motive, do you know what it was? >> at this time, we do not. we have countless other law enforcement and professionals on the scene. we're checking out and i'm sitting in the emergency operations center. we activated that almost immediately. we have a number of people here taking tips from the public and taking every one of those now. >> julie: is in a coffee shop that the officers frequent? >> we don't know that. a lot of folks are around the scene. the officers are from the lakewood police department. so i don't have any specific information about the officers themselves. that will come to light later. >> julie: how far away is it from the police department? >> the city of lakewood. the coffee shop is near mccord africa. >> julie: so perhaps you could wo
FOX News
May 8, 2010 6:00pm EDT
under george w. bush. with us right now on the phone from washington is fox news political producer jake gibson. bring us up to date, if you could. >> the tea party had been targeting bennett for months now as a possible pickoff. they were upset over his vote for tarp. he had also, when he was first elected, said that he would have self-imposed term limits, that he would leave office after two terms. he has since served a third term and was vying for a fourth and today doesn't even make it out of the gop convention in utah, a stinging rebuke. go ahead. >> his mantra was don't take a chance on a newcomer. obviously the voters didn't feel that way. >> the delegates, exactly. his aides have been saying that over the last few days, that senator bennett was working very hard getting face-to-face with delegates trying to sway them, trying to sway them to go with him, to not bring in someone knew, that they needed their best players against this democratic-controlled congress in washington. evidently that is not enough today in salt lake city. the voting is not done for the day. bridgewate
FOX News
Aug 16, 2017 11:00am PDT
yesterday. is george washington next. you asked is the thomas jefferson monument in washington, d.c. next? i'll ask you that question here now. >> it would seem to be. if you're following that train of logic that all of these monuments that bring up memories of racism have to be torn down and erased from american history, erased from the entire nation, then you just can't stop with the civil war. you have to go back to the founding fathers, many of whom were slave holders. many of whom were staupblg advocates of slaves. and so why not thomas jefferson? why not george washington? thomas jefferson was a slave holder. if we're going to tear down his monument, follow that train a little further, we might as well tear up the declaration of independence because, hey, he wrote most of it. this is where this danger is leading. i had the opportunity about a year ago to sited on a panel of notable people to discuss racism in america. one of the emerging themes that came out of this room full of leftists is that america is inherently racist because our documents were created by slave holders a
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Jun 5, 2017 11:00am PDT
each of my children, i wanted to carry on with tradition and announce my son george will be 2 thursday so happy early birthday to george. and with that i'll take your questions. john roberts. >> as you know also on wednesday the president hits ohio, james comey is scheduled to testify before the senate intelligence committee. this question is to whether or not the white house will allow him to testify -- thursday. did i say wednesday? sorry. on thursday. >> if only they had that same politeness when correcting us, huh? >> scheduled to testify on thursday. and there is a question as to whether or not you will invoke executive privilege or if you will allow him to testify. >> sure. the president's power to assert executive privilege is very well established. however, in order to facilitate a swift and thorough examination of the facts sought by the senate intelligence committee, president trump will not assert executive privilege regarding james comey's scheduled testimony. >> i have a follow-up on that question. on the president's tweets regarding the travel ban. kelly anne conway's hus
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Jan 8, 2017 10:00am PST
? this tradition goes back to george washington, to give a farewell address. but back then people didn't have twitter, and it seemed as though there was a little bit more of a fraternal atmosphere in america. does it matter what the president says in terms of his legacy on tuesday? >> i think it matters just in terms of preaching to the choir. i don't think he's been persuasive for some time. i think he was persuasive in terms of defeating mitt romney for re-election, but since then he's not done much that's been a big part of his legacy. his big city was defined in that first term. he did inherit a recession, but we've had really weak economic growth since then. he's going to be the first president since world war ii to not have at least one year with 3% economic growth. the stimulus plan failed, dodd-frank's been a mess, obamacare's going to be repealed, these are serious problems. leland: so, david, does he just preach to the choir, or are you going to see a we're all in this together kind of moment? >> i think he'll do a little more than that. he's at a low 50% approval rating. look,
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Jul 29, 2017 11:00am PDT
white house secretary under george w. bush and host of the five and she said something interesting on her show last night. >> i is was set up for a few weeks because the president has been so upset about jeff sessions at his recusal in the russia investigations that republicans and conservatives that came to his defense all said he is doing the best on the issue we care about the most which is immigration. where can jeff sessions do more on immigration? as secretary of homeland security. >> she went on to say perhaps the president would reassign the ag to be homeland security secretary and put another ag in place who would be more in step with what he wants to hear and see play out in michigan in regard to the russian investigation. if that is what took place what do you think? >> i think donald trump was frustrated with the fact the attorney general recused himself but the issue is a matter of ethics in the department. according to attorney general sessions he contacted, consulted with ethics experts. he had no other choice because issues involve the president himself and he had t
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Jul 16, 2017 3:00pm PDT
clinically proven to soothe, moisturize, and freshen breath. try biotène®. >> eric: george a romero, thefir movie genre with a 1960 movie, the night of the living dead has passed away. the movie was produced for $114,000. it was a smash it, grossing $12 million domestically and 18 million internationally. the night of the living dead not only defined the zombie genre what but was the first mainstream movie to fit have an african-american hero. it is better to remake us and all the subsequent movies in the zombie genre including the walking dead. they all have george a romero to thank for defining that genre back in 1968. he died in his sleep today following what is published say was a brief but aggressive battle with lung cancer. his producing partner announced that. he was an original, and american motion pictures and hollywood has died. he was 77 years old. >> the meaning of itself as i've said before is not a violation of the wall but i think it is important to understand that as counsel to the president, the president was not aware of the meaning to not participate in it. >> art
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Aug 4, 2017 11:00am PDT
] >> sandra: let's bring in richard fowler, radio fox tv show host, former speech writer for george w. bush. good to see both of you. there's certainly a trend here, would you say? >> absolutely. people have talked about votes that switched in 2016, about 6 million people, people who voted for obama who ended up voting for trump. you've got to look at more the national trend of what's taken place over the last six years. democrats have lost 1100 seats. to put a finer point on this, there are 26 republican trifectas meaning they have the governorship, state house. democrats have six. part of the problem is, sandra, there's no real compelling message. there's no compelling message coming out of the democratic party. at the same time i have been telling people, this ain't your daddy's democratic party. you look at some of the things, their pet projects of transgender. people are starting to think maybe this democratic party isn't our party any more. >> sandra: i should let richard respond to that and represent his party in doing so. >> good to see you, sandra. i think there's no question
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Aug 22, 2009 4:00pm EDT
political food fight of old. echoes of 1993 of clinton care and george bush's effort to get social security reform. he's got to get health care done. put it behind him and then be able to move on to something else. the problem is no one is saying it will be done anytime soon. we'll have to wait until september 15th and we're not sure if it comes out we're not sure if it will be fees o feasible plan. >> julie: michael, thank you so much for talking to us. >>> continuing with another aspect, what about those white house e-mails. white house confirming to fox news they hired an outside company to distribute mass e-mails in support of the agenda. ending up in the in-boxes of people who never requested them. eric shaun has more details. what does the white house say about this. >> reporter: we broke the story last night. white house announced to fox news to major garrett and a lot of correspondents, they did use this company to send out those e-mails. that delivery is the largest government, private government e-mail company. they have random clients. by my count they represent 11 cabin
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Jan 16, 2011 11:00am EST
was given by george bush in many ways in his term in office. the middle eastern country and arab states to start do mockeritizing and -- democratizing and breaking down the society which encourages terrorism. this is a step in the right direction. part of a series of steps, whether it's iraq, afghanistan, defining more and more interrogation policy. you are finding the obama administration adopting a lot of what they criticized george bush for doing. >> jamie: yemen and lebanon included this also, call for the governments to come together, become more stable. because unemployment is rampant in the younger population in the countries. and they are being speared, is it believed, to terrorism as a result. is it a fine balance between ordering or demanding the gove place? at the same time, the united states funding many of them to a great extent. >> yeah, this is a very delicate balancing act. i think what secretary clinton is doing, she is shifting it now, putting more emphasis on internal change. there is very little history of the democratic position in the countries. she is setti
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Oct 24, 2015 3:00pm PDT
assistant to george w. bush, professor of politics and international affairs at georgetown university, emily sussman, campaign director for the center for american progress action fund and democratic strategist. emily and brad, welcome to you both. brad. >> thanks. >> let me start with you. you got a trend, or is there a trend appearing now with carson finally over trump, which obviously has been the focus of mr. trump's ire? >> when the polls were in trump's favor, he loves them. when they're not, they're wrong. the fact of the matter is, what comes up must come down. trump has been leading in almost every poll for more than 90 days. three months. and now he's getting some stiff competition in iowa. evangelicals i think are behind dr. carson and that might just be what the doctor ordered for iowa. if trump stays on the decline and carson was to win iowa, then of course we're in a much different situation as we move into the primaries, first in the country in new hampshire and south carolina and nevada and super tuesday. so trump has a lot to worry about. right now he's been paying no
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Jan 14, 2017 1:00pm PST
states. no enthusiasm. brad blakeman, former assistant to george bush. the former democratic congressman from ohio and a fox news contributor Ãwelcome, gentlemen.a lot to get to. i want to start with you. mr. trump thinks it's time to move on but many argue the investigation is warranted. looking at the different ways you i handled the claim email server to what happened to the russian hacking case. what you think? >> i think it's a great opportunity for donald trump to play good cop bad cop with the house and the senate. we have two equal branches of government and if the senate or the house feels necessary that the hearing be looked at into russia's hacking of the election and more broad than that. it could be used as leverage to start this new relationship. there are three types of relationships. friends, adversaries and enemies. right now russia is clearly an adversary that we don't not to turn into an enemy.>> what about his overall conduct. he looked back at his statement and there is no question that influence the election. the fbi getting involved in politics. what y
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Jul 18, 2009 3:00pm EDT
started. he was the former head of goldman sachs. then, of course, george w. bush made him treasury-secretary. what is the first thing that he does. first thing we go into this crisis, he let's bear stearns fail. that was one of the big competitors of goldman sachs. and then fannie and freddie, then he says lee lehman brothers which is the biggest competitor of goldman sachs, let them fail. so the former goldman sachs ceo let's two companies fail. the one company which was one of their competitors and then the sending one was the biggest competitor. then they decide the next day after lehman's chief stopped aig failed. the only one to help paulson out the former ceo of goldman sachs, in the room was a guy named lloyd blanenstein. they decided you should bail out aig. so they bail out the day after they let their competitors out, they bail them out to the tune of $85 billion. these two jean uses, say yes, you have to do that for the economy. so who is the biggest single payout from aig? what a surprise, on the check, make it out to goldman sachs for $12.9 billion. now, the treasury s
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Oct 25, 2015 1:00pm PDT
for the daily beast joins us now. you have a big meeting in houston with jeb, george w. and george h.w. and barbara as well as donors. what could they be going through and talk about as they go forward today? >> i think they are very surprised that they are where they are right now. jeb bush came out and wanted to have this happy campaign where he talked about the policies and none of this plan included donald trump, who has been able to not only get under his skin but take him off topic. we were talking about whether his brother caused 9/11 last week for goodness sake. jeb bush doesn't want to talk about that. he actually began his campaign by saying, i'm my own man, i'm not my brother or father. yet, that's what we've been talking about in the media. we come off lately as this sort of annoyed angry figure. we is a him in south carolina at a forum, i want to say yesterday, and he was talking about how if you want someone talking about things that aren't the issue, it should be donald trump. i think at this summer they are talking about how to get past this and get jeb bush back in the
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Mar 11, 2017 1:00pm PST
clinton takes office from president george hw bush and simultaneously all 93 us attorneys are asked to tender their resignation. maybe they were given a week or two to empty their offices but here, a bunch of us attorneys have already left, 46 remaining and asked to tender their resignations and i guess they were told we are not going to give you a week or two, please leave but nothing wrong there. >> two of the wrinkles here are kind of interesting and that may be why people i think what happened here, the wrinkles are then president-elect trump had him over to trump tower and apparently as reported in the media may indicated he wanted him to stay on which jumped out to me. i was a federal prosecutor tween 9 years, that struck me as very odd as the second wrinkle that caught my attention is when united states attorneys are asked to submit their resignations, they over, one administration to another, in the same party or one party to another as you point out earlier, they give their resignation, don't refuse to do it. unusual. gregg: a couple attorneys who tended their resignations,
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Mar 19, 2017 1:00pm PDT
pushback from democrats. hello i am,. >> , eric and reporting live this afternoon from the george bush presidential center in dallas. were on the campus of the houma presidential library and the bush institute. an office proposers on the policy of the trump administration. will has special coverage of the work being done here and the presidents continue message of post 911 vets. now on exhibit mr. bush is a portrait of courage painted by those who served. first, the news. >> uma: president trump wrapping up his we can afford it and headed home to d.c., where battle over the healthcare bill is looming. they're facing a challenge in the house this week with about supper thursday. house speaker, paul ryan is now saying that he is willing to talk about the builder an appearance on sunday. christian fisher is joining us from the presidents mar-a-lago estate in florida with more. >> president trump is returning to washington and the role that he was very good at as a businessman, the closer a big deal. now comes the first real test of how good of a closer he can be, as president. speaker pau
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Apr 23, 2017 10:00am PDT
said -- >> -- after george w. bush. >> i'll answer your question. >> you're an elected official select explain how the government works. congress pays for something. they are the ones who pay for it. they'll have to pay for the wildly get reimbursed. the mexican government actually can pay directly. how the mexican government pays for it by putting my base on top of all a the u.s. currency that is being sent back to mexican officials are mexican citizens from those who are in this country illegally. someone wants across the border. >> sound like you want all their money now. >> great to hear a democrat being concerned about taking all of our money. >> why do we wait until mexico -- >> i think we figured out they would be a lively debate on whether or not to fund the border while. i want to get your thoughts on the poll numbers that show the president's approval numbers and record low. take a listen to members of the administration defending the first 100 days. >> we are reducing the role of government in your life and we are doing so i'm truly historic he says. add just days gonul tol.
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Nov 13, 2010 6:00pm EST
most famous names from the civil war. here with more, peter. >> george a. custer was one of the most famous graduates, he was famous for things he did on the battlefield and not being ranked last in his class at the million tea academy. but we know how he and some other cadets who applied to west point between 1805 and 1866 actually got in, because like you said, ancestry.com and the national archives teamed up to put their applications on-line, preto view until tomorrow. an ohio congressman wrote in his recommendation letter that custer, quote, reads well, spells correctly, writes a fair and legible hand, and is able to perform with fa sillity and accuracy the ground rules of arithmetic. everyone who applied back then needed to be nominated by a member of congress, just like now. but sometimes the candidates wrote things about themselves, like george picket who wrote, quote, i'm a young man, 19 years old, six feet tall and moderately good looking, as i am told. other famous figures whose applications are on-line include stonewall jackson and mcclellan. amazing how easy it is to pull
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Sep 5, 2010 12:00pm EDT
september 14 in egypt. she will be joined by special envoy for the middle east peace senator george mitchell. the talks will apparently continue to september 15. we believe the location for that will be in jerusalem. again, secretary clinton will head overseas to join in the continuing peace talks for middle east peace. after a less than stellar performance in the debate against the democratic opponent gotter, arizona governor jan brewer announced she is not going to participate in any more debates. in portion of wednesday's debate she appeared unsure of what to say, including this awkward moment. >> we have done everything that we could possibly do -- [ pause ] we have, uh, did what was right for arizona. >> shannon: we have all had those moments where you lose your words. brewer later walked out of a post-debate press conference and asked about her refusal to correct her earlier statement about decapitated bodies showing up in the desert which can was proven false. states who are nowhere near the border they are inserting the issue in their gubernatori gubernatorial races. and we'
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May 29, 2011 10:00am EDT
new york city mayor, rudy giuilani and former new york governor george pataki saying they might be mulling a campaign run. could it help light the g.o.p. fire, or do republicans still need to go shopping? david drucker, staff writer forethe capitol hill newspaper, "roll call" if it were only that easy you would have a candidate ordered up on the internet. thanks for joining us for your perspective. when governor perry says, i'm not interested in being president, i'm thinking about it, is that a game-changer? >> not at all. i think governor perry has been urge in some circles to run, because among some republicans primary voters, they are looking for a more provocative, forceful advocate, if you will for conservative policies and someone who is not shy but criticizing president obama but i don't expect him to run. it sounds a lot like what happens when somebody doesn't want to run and, so many people ask, they say, okay, fine. i'll consider it. i'll think about it. and we find out, really, they didn't want to run and are not going to run and what governor perry, it is important to n
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Jul 8, 2017 2:00pm PDT
george h. w. bush had. president george w. bush then restarted it but then when obama got into office, he cut it be 13% and -- he cut it by 13% and he had to in 2013 restart it again basically because of the north korean missile threat. >> in 2013 he had to go back to reinstitute president george w. bush's plan and beef up our missile interceptors at fort greeley and at vander berg. there's plenty of blame to go around. this president is leading. he's doing the right things. he's putting pressure on the chinese and the russians to put pressure on the chinese. look, the chinese -- we all know they talk out of both sides of their mouth. but they just like iran are the great enablers of the north korean regime. they helped create this mess. i think this thing has gotten probably even beyond the control of the chinese, but eric, they have got the best intel, if anyone does, of what's going on inside. eric: how do you know what's going on inside of kim jong-un's mind? we flew some b-1 bomber we reported on that over the near the dmz just today. this is what they said in june. >> the
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Jun 26, 2010 4:00pm EDT
weekend. james rosen is live in washington at george washington university, james, what are you hearing right now? >> reporter: not as much as we would like to, gregg. from outside appearances there is no change in the situation. the former vice president remains here at the hospital following his admission. the statement that mr. cheney's office released last night said he was, quote, not feeling well. he was examined by his own doctors in their offices here at the hospital and then formally admitted to the hospital on their advice. he is expected to remain here over the weekend and that is all the information that has been released. officially we haven't heard whether it's his heart that is at issue. there are reports that he did not suffer chest pains and did not suffer a heart attack. we await official word from the family. >> gregg: these visits to the hospital happen pretty frequently and almost end without a major incident, although i realize it's a qualitative analysis. he has a complicated medical background? >> he does. he has been 69 years old. he has been battling heart atta
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Jan 23, 2010 12:00pm EST
george w. bush and joins us now live. thanks for coming in. >> great to be with you. >> let me ask you, how does the state of the union address come together and how do you factor in what's in, what's out and how you address the current climate? >> this process probably started six or eight weeks ago and i'm sure that the work that was done six or eight weeks ago has been kind of been thrown in the waste basket. the world changed. i'm sure president obama was looking to celebrate his one year anniversary with expectations and hope and now he has to deal with frustration and failure to deliver. so he's going to be addressing congress not with celebration and i'm not sure he's going to be able to say that the state of the union is great. instead, i think he has to deal with the reality of the country today, the election in massachusetts was a clear signal to him and i hope he heard that call for change and it wasn't the change that he was expecting to deliver. he's not going to get health care reform, clearly not going to have it before the state of the union address and i think they
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