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FOX Business
Jan 16, 2017 12:00pm EST
, certainly not in the modern era. there were calls, obviously, some democrats when george w. bush won the election, again, he lost the popular vote, questioned his legitimacy, but this is a different order of magnitude. it's a coordinated effort to really undermine trump before he even takes office. neil: you know, paul krugman had written that trump isd this is t of patriotism, just flipping it around as i was raising with stuart a minute ago, imagine had republican congressmen claimed the same about barack obama coming in or whatever. man, oh, man. >> yeah, look, i mean, anybody who's covered politics knows there's a certain amount of hypocrisy that goes with it. neil: absolutely. >> again, this is different. what we've seen now, the speed and sort of the way the democrats have done this, just a couple of months ago they were up in arms over the fact that trump wouldn't, that he might possibly question the legitimacy of this election, and here we are just a couple months later, and you've got paul krugman writing this is an act of patriotism, john lewis, dianne feinstein, these are
FOX Business
Jun 1, 2015 12:00pm EDT
candidates get big money. big fund-raisers like foster friess and george seay after this. they're right now. doing it right now. the dangers of live. i apologize. george, i apologize to you. foster, first, to your. >> no problem. neil: you're sticking to marco rubio. is that unequivocal. santorum, you didn't want to say too much because of fear with small donors. is that your way of hedging? >> first i want to congratulate you on your new show, neil. you're particularly well-suited. it will be a lot of fun to range over so many issues so congratulations. in terms of rick santorum, i think it is interesting he is the first one i've talked to has an economic agenda, talking about the 74% of the american people who have not graduated from college. how do they need. he chastises the republican party for very finely-tuned message to the 5% or the job creators without talking about the job holders. and he is championing for a flat tax. and i also just enjoyed listening to governor scott. he is one of my real heroes. he should be running for governor himself. quite a guy and -- neil: running f
FOX Business
Feb 15, 2016 12:00pm EST
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FOX Business
Aug 25, 2016 12:00pm EDT
barnes has more on that. peter? reporter: that's right, charles. it is esther george, president of the kansas city fed and host of this year's economic symposium in jackson hole. listen, she voted three times already this year to raise interest rates. she has been out there lonely on that, a dissenter in all of those votes but she says as long as the economy continues to on track, she will vote again higher rates and a lot of our other colleagues about what that might happen. she feels the economy is getting close to full employment. she thinks inflation is headed to the fed's 2% target. listen. >> medium term forecast, i think i still suspect we'll see inflation moving up and last few months we'll begin to see, by other metrics, looks like inflation is beginning to stir. so again, i think this is an issue of inflation being too high. i think it is a an opportunity to begin to normalize interest rates, to the benefit of the economy. reporter: she would also like to hike rates, charles, because she is worried that low rates could cause financial instability. here she is again. >> the fe
FOX Business
Nov 11, 2016 12:00pm EST
the kenny. there is george p. bush. you think the bush dynasty is done? people look to him and say, maybe not. after this. neil: i thought they had taken trump's twitter account away? no? because he is still tweeting, like a fiend. since the election he has been busy talking about how busy he is going to be. that important leadership decision, presumably cabinet choices, are in the offing. normally this happens within two weeks after the election. he might stick to that time frame. that is typically when the president-elect starts naming his cabinet secretaries. but one on that short list is this next fellow. the question is he interested? congressman jeb hensarling, republican from the fine state of texas. apparently being considered for among other post, treasury secretary. he is a young guy. congressman, good to have you. >> hey, neil, thanks for having me today. neil: that's an honor to be even thought of in that pool for cabinet position. would you be interested? >> well, if i could, please, if you allow this departure since it is veterans day. as an elected official, as fathe
FOX Business
May 16, 2016 12:00pm EDT
. what has been a trend lately and eight george clooney movie over the weekend, that may be what we are doing is getting the wrong villain. there are plenty is of others who contribute to what has been less than a stellar recovery. what do you think of this question is pile on wall street? >> it is funny when you talked about that in the previous block. we do not really have capitalism. let's take healthcare for one example. we have the least free market in health care. one of the least. capitalism being allowed to drive in healthcare. supermarkets bringing up the most poverty ridden parts of the country. they can excel and make money. for a doctor to hang out a shingle or to go off states in use other companies, you can't. there is no competition. the one area that you can point to is them plastic surgery. there capitalism can thrive. capitalism does not work and in things like transportation, healthcare we just talked about. when they say in the cover of the magazine, i say, we do not have capitalism. >> capitalism provide the money for a lot of businesses that come off the ground. it
FOX Business
Jul 11, 2016 12:00pm EDT
: will talk about her politics. a gop joiner joining us as well. george c. is the ceo. to shift gears a little bit, donald trump in virginia beach as i said earlier in the show, tomorrow is a lot of focus on indiana and who will pick us as vp. the latest numbers looks pretty good. however, people bring up the fact that trumps rhetoric is scaring away donors. you are one of them. you know this community. how are things for mr. trump right now? >> i'd be happy to discuss that. as i too congratulate the british people and electing the second female prime minister whose conservative. when we americans elect their first president i trust it will be a conservative and not a leftist or liberal. i think will get a conservative woman as president sunday and that would be a good day for the country. back to the fund raising, the people concerned about trump this stage in e ga ame being somewhat disingenuous because trump has given so many statements that cost people concerned or alarm or rattle cages in terms of unsettling the apple cart service peak. to pretend like you are flustered about it i
FOX Business
May 17, 2016 12:00pm EDT
two me. you were way too young. you were not. then george wallace got 46 more votes. wallace carried five states. the 3 g states. why? because he was a regional candidate. a southern candidate. he appealed in 1968. that is why. more votes and a larger percentage. carried not a single state. neil: i am trying to play this out. i agree with you. it would be an uphill fight, to put it mildly. somebody who could topple together anything close to that, would rob someone of getting that. >> let's take bloomberg. all right. you put him in the race. you will have donald trump passing it on. bloomberg will not carry new york city. he will get hundreds of thousands or maybe a million votes out of it. they walk him out of the democratic and. he could deliver new york state to donald trump. he himself would not win a single state. you have to have a very strong regional candidate in this day and age. there are just none of them around. i think it could be very strong. he will pull conservative votes away. they are trying to get the republican party. someone needs to get mitt romney and mr. krist
FOX Business
Jan 10, 2017 8:55pm EST
of like this was george h.w. bush who said his good-byes at west point. his son famously in the east room in the waning days of the financial meltdown, and that was a low-key affair even though the address was spun toç the natio. jimmy carter, bill clinton, ronald reagan all speaking from either the oval office or the east room of the white house. kennedy is with us right now, we've got lou dobbs with us as well. lou, a lot of expectations here that barack obama -- who's personally very popular even though his legacy and his policies were the ones that helped elect donald trump -- he's in a bit of a weird position here tonight, isn't he? >> no, i think you're right, neil. there is something so dissonant about the evening as we are in, now, the trump era, and suddenly we're hearing from president obama saying farewell. you know, neil, i think what the problem is, i don't think any of us can accept the idea that barack obama -- still a young man -- is saying adios, sayonara. i think it is, without question, perhaps just a pause, i'll see you in a little while doing something ent
FOX Business
Oct 4, 2016 8:00pm EDT
very little does it take to get me fascinated. former virginia governor george allen with us right now. good to have you. do you think that senator kaine enjoys a bit of a home field advantage here in virginia? >> i think he has. he's familiar with virginia obviously. the other advantage is understanding the mist of farmville itself. when i was in the senate i was co-chair of a pilgrimage, a civil rights pilgrim age head by the -- pilgrimage on the disgusting way they shut down schools in the county rather than integrate. and hear stories about people having to send their children away from home, as far away as iowa to get an education. i think governor pence would say we stand for opportunity for all. we want to make our tax code more competitive. we want to take off some of these piles of regulations and produce american energy or american jobs and competitiveness. neil: how will they pivot off of farmville leading the desegregation movement. i like -- >> because i think jim will bring it up. and that will fit in for a narrative fromim. i think governor pence should say we have c
FOX Business
Jul 11, 2017 12:00pm EDT
for the days of "bridgegate." that is all i remember the george washington bridge. i think it wasn't "bridgegate." it was more this, with respect to a guy -- neil: turn around and zing yourself. works for john kennedy and ronald reagan. >> chris christie, smart fan man, very -- neil: greatest prosecutorial mind in political stage. >> if he turned it around that would have served him better. neil: you think a good bearing on wfan, i think he will, i thought he is very good for that, that he can sort of rebuild his image? >> in politics? no. neil: really? >> i don't think he want to. he wants to make money now. i wish him all the best. wilderness, making money now. >> so true, i go backwards. run for politics. i can't afford it. i can't afford to run. neil: democrats will win landslide in new jersey. >> will you stop? you're so -- neil: she will -- lieutenant governor will lose. she even criticized. kim jong-un would -- all right. i want to thank you, my friend. you're the best. one of nice people. you know why he is one of the nicest? he can rip himself. can laugh at himself. word to
FOX Business
Jul 28, 2015 12:00pm EDT
to say at least if you are looking to go to george washington university you needn't worry about it which -- i understand the whole idea was to get a score that went at least into the triple digits. i had no idea. now we are going to explain what it means if there are no more as 80s, it will depend on your kid's great point average for your grade point average, that could be evening the spot as far as hellish possibilities. the move, for the saps to set yourself down. s to set yourself down. t s to set yourself down. s to set yourself down. technology empowers us to achieve more. it pushes us to go further. special olympics has almost five million athletes in 170 countries. the microsoft cloud allows us to immediately be able to access information, wherever we are. information for an athlete's medical care, or information to track their personal best. with microsoft cloud we save millions of man hours, and that's time that we can invest in our athletes and changing the world. neil: why didn't they think of this when i was applying to colleges? knicksing the entire sat? george washin
FOX Business
Mar 11, 2016 12:00pm EST
pretty ugly things, not just about jeb, but he said them about george w. bush and wyatt frankly i'm offended by many of the things he has said about george w. bush. and his rhetoric doesn't reflect reality. and it doesn't even reflect smart people who were objective said about the bush . neil: look what he said ben carson. along comes bee ben to endorse him today and chris christie. is it all politics in the end? and if that's the case, can you imagine jeb bush -- can you imagine jeb bush endorsing donald trump if he were the nominee? >> i think it's too early. i think it's still raw in what happened to him and what donald trump said about his brother and probably even about the family. neil: yeah. >> so i do there's some lingering angst there and, look, i love jeb. i happen to love the bush family. they're probably the most will noble, political family in the country right now and have been for a long time. so i respect them and very appreciative of the call to noble service that they ring out for everyone to recognize. and this hasn't been the most noble of campaigns. and i think
FOX Business
Jun 15, 2015 12:00pm EDT
governor's father george bush senior since 1986. so for 24 of the last 35 years there are has been a bush on a presidential ticket. no family comes close combined. andy card who knows the bushes well in the last bush administration of what he makes of this guy's chances after this so you're a small business expert from at&t? yeah, give me a problem and i've got the solution. well, we have 30 years of customer records. our cloud can keep them safe and accessible anywhere. my drivers don't have time to fill out forms. tablets. keep them all digital. we're looking to double our deliveries. our fleet apps will find the fastest route. oh, and your boysenberry apple scones smell about done. ahh, you're good. i like to bake. with at&t get up to $400 dollars in total savings on tools to manage your business. ♪ ♪ ♪ get excited for the 1989 world tour with exclusive behind the scenes footage, all of taylor swift's music videos, interviews, and more. xfinity is the destination for all things taylor swift. just because i'm away from my desk doesn't mean i'm not working. comcast business underst
FOX Business
Apr 6, 2017 12:00pm EDT
durbin, we had george bush, bob dole, baker, all the anti-reagans, $98 billion tax increase in 1982, all that stuff came through. this administration will start working together. understand what it takeses to create prosperity. we didn't get the big one until 1986, neil, where we dropped highest rate to 28%. we went down from 14raets, down to two brackets. dropped the corporate from 46 to 34%. that occurred in 1986. indexing didn't happen until 1985. give this administration time. they will be in for eight years. they will get it all done. neil: you are smoking something now. i mean -- i don't know. >> i wish. neil: i knew the reagan white house. i covered the reagan white house this is not the reagan white house. >> that's for sure but reagan white house the reagan white house wasn't the reagan white house. you remember al hague panned you will the stuff that occurred. neil: the bork thing. >> bork and thomas. neil: a lot of things have to be just right, my friend. they don't have an art laffer guy, a supply-sider guy whispering in their ear. they have these crazy kensyians. >> we didn'
FOX Business
Nov 29, 2016 12:00pm EST
the number two in the poster in george h.w.. she was the labor secretary. she was also as you mention the wife of the senate majority leader. if she ends up taking the post, she most likely would oversee a whole bunch of the infrastructure spending the president-elect trump has said he wants to institute at the beginning of the term. pic has been named official today, put out by the transition team. that being congressmen tom price. the congressman from georgia. he would only be responsible as the president-elect has described that he wishes to do. there is the ever so important meeting later today that an arab looking or two and that being the second meeting between president-elect trump and mitt romney. romney and trump had met earlier this month. the speculation of course is whether or not the job will be offered to mitt romney for the secretary of state and mitt romney take it. david petraeus was here yesterday. notice round two for romney. that is later today over dinner. before the meeting takes place, the median proceeded not was an add-on. and interesting on the schedule today
FOX Business
Mar 4, 2016 12:00pm EST
, as a terrible things about george bush, john mccain, positive things about vladimir putin, mocking reporter, a disabled reporter. john: when he first said the methodology -- >> i need it clear that that was a mistake. i do that along the way but actually getting in the race and laying out the case against donald trump as i see it is something a lot of folks said don't do, you get in coming from all sorts of directions, people will he landed at you, i just can't sit by. what do i do when my granted say what did you do to stop donald trump? what if i said i didn't do anything? john: you also say who were you to stop donald trump? he is winning all these votes, that is the will of the people. >> i don't think a lot of people understand who the real donald trump is. you have seen the other two candidates on either side of him begin to serve you noticed what he has done? he gave money to jimmy carter, hillary clinton time and time again they are laying out the case, his business, trump university, this is a guy who says he is worth $10 billion, and nonetheless wants to apparently free-s
FOX Business
Jan 21, 2016 12:00pm EST
, speaking of what's going on in europe, george said that, well, enjoy the fondu because the eu is on the verge of a collapse. he's blaming it on -- just the total disruption with all of these refugees and how europe has been inconsistent handling them. that's a view shared by a number here in u.s. including democratic senator joe who has been warning about a better way to deal with this. the one way that was -- always good to have you -- one way that was outer is to find a better policing mechanism to find out who is coming here. that failed. so i guess we take them in as we plan originally and then what? >> well, i heard for months that i heard all the refugees that we had that are basically being disbursed from syria and the whole world had a responsibility and then we heard that the united states, and i think the president said we needed to take at least 50,000. i sent a letter immediately and said, listen, please do not alter the vetting. please do not short-circuit the vetting process just to meet a quota. that's wrong. we have to make sure that the people are coming here are vetted
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2017 12:00pm EST
election that you wish wouldn't happen, and i think george bush's first election was far more questionable in terms of legitimacy than this one. neil: all right. well, it is what it is. all -- >> it is what it is. neil: congressman, thank you very much. very good having you. >> my pleasure. neil: you might have been seeing flashing on the bottom of your screen talking to the congressman, george bush, sr., is stable. he was in intensive care. barbara bush, his wife was brought to the hospital for fatigue we were told. no doubt in response to her husband going back into the hospital. we're told she is feeling 1000% better. in the gallows humor of the typical first president, he apparently sent prior to this, a note, a tweet, an email, i don't know means correspondence to donald trump to let him know he wouldn't make it to the inauguration. his doctor said being outside in cold weather could be six feet under n that gallows humor and even though the bush family was not a fan of donald trump, that is fair to say, they had great respect and have, continued great respect for the off
FOX Business
Jan 26, 2016 12:00pm EST
on there. convincing joe biden not to run. this is their predicament. you think of george mcgovern. the liberal passion of the property. favoring after that stumble. the party went on to lose in the landslide. it is really, no side really books in perfect shape. >> good chatting. thank you very, very much. pickup pilot in new hampshire higher. a former business site. even when ted cruz says i include iowa. donald trump when dan picks up new hampshire higher. >> it is a long process. we should not jump to a conclusion. as to what the next the prize shall be. it is a little too early to make the projections. neil: these are all just possibilities. you hear from establishment republicans. probably overbroad. they fear donald trump. they fear ted cruz. so far of the petri dish candidate. soaring as a democrat. >> you do not know. you look at the history of these two individuals. they are unusual in certain ways. in some cases, make people on comfortable. we have a big disadvantage in america. the whole process of selecting a leader is very strange. if you are a corporation, this is the
FOX Business
Feb 18, 2016 12:00pm EST
. >> obviously the war in iraq was a big-fat mistake. george bush made a mistake. that one was a beauty. we should have never been in iraq. >> neil: donald trump has been campaigning, going into iraq before anyone else. when i interviewed back in january of 2003 a couple months we formally got involved in iraq, well, he could have led a different impression. this is from back then. >> if you were advising on how much time you spend on the economy? >> well, i'm started to think that people are more focused on the economy. they're a little bit tired of hearing, we are going in and not going in. he would go and attack. he wouldn't talk. it's sort of like either do it or don't do it. >> neil: so you're saying this is getting kind of short. the president has to do something presumably sooner than later and stringing this along could hurt us? >> he's either have to do something or not do something. perhaps we should be waiting for the united nations. you know, he's under a lot of pressure. i think he's doing a very good job, if you look at the polls, the people are getting tired. i think the
FOX Business
Jul 31, 2015 12:00pm EDT
by a country mile and he can afford it. george slatter, one of the great producers of all time, and had laugh-in and got richard nixon to say "sock it to me", and george, great to have you. that's the thing that people are missing with trump. he's obviously comfortable in his own skin whether you like him or not and he's funny, what do you think? >> he's funny, he's hysterical, almost as funny as rush limbaugh. i think he's wonderful. neil: is that behind his success or bluntness or rage that he addresses? what is it? >> well, i think we need something silly in there anyway, you know? when he comes up, he comes out like a clown. i mean,'s got that baseball cap on now. and i just love the cap to hide that hair, but he comes out with outrageous things and he's got enough money to buy the time to put it on the air. that debate is going to look like the world wrestling champion. remember when we had the wrestling? everybody is going to be yelling and nobody is going to be making-- how are they going to get 17 down to ten? that's what i want to know. neil: i think that something that peo
FOX Business
Jun 13, 2016 12:00pm EDT
was here and i particularly want to recognize the passing of george voinovich and he devoted his life to serving the people of ohio as mary of cleveland, as governor and senator and we send our prayers and sympathy to his family. i also want to thank dan moore, the owner and founder of this company and team wendy for his belief in cleveland, for his commitment to create jobs. i can't wait to work with him, to do more what he has accomplished here. you know originally i had intended to come to cleveland under very different circumstances. we are headed into a general election that could be the most consequential of our lifetime, but today is not a day for politics. on sunday americans woke up to a nightmare that's become mind-numbingly familiar another act of terrorism in a place no one expected. a madman filled with hate with guns in his hands, and just a horrible sense of vengeance and vindictiveness in his heart, apparently consumed by rage against lbgt americans and by extension the openness and diversity that defines our american way of life. we will learn more about the killer in
FOX Business
Aug 14, 2015 12:00pm EDT
will resonate. whether it is george washington, who would be a multibillionaire if you looked at his lands and holdings today, or people with other life stories, not just business. ronald reagan, who was an actor, obviously dwight david eisenhower, who was a general, and came -- neil: bus business, congressman, not to jump on you, my friend, businessmen and women who take a rap. mitt romney i can raked over the coals laid off workers that he turned around. people ignored the fact that many more jobs he insured and grew. it was carly fiorina, ripped for 30,000 layoffs of hewlett-packard in middle of a technology free fall. she turned that to an advantage, saying i should do the same with bost. i am saying businessmen and women are cast in particularly evil light. i don't think i'm wrong on that. >> no. but, it is sort of interesting, people are willing to have career politicians and lawyers but they're worried about somebody who is approved signing of front of a paycheck, not just endorsing back. neil: brilliant point. excellent point. business guys, no -- know math, which is foreign
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm EST
when it gets to the political level, george tenet slamdunk mister president, a number of other things happen so you have a massaging going on at the intermediate level, to become seniors at the political level. people like jim clapper and john brennan saw opportunities to become politicians, they are in the political class, don't consider them valid, telling officers they crossed the line. and appointed by the president, do what the president wants, and the intelligence community the past we 10 years, this includes george bush folks, you got to find people who will tell you the truth no matter what. not what you want to say, this is the honest truth. that is what you need leading the intelligence community but not what you have now. john brennan is the so-called anonymous source who leaked all the russian information to the new york times and washington post. that needs to be investigated and cannot be done for people in it position of authority. neil: you got to be willing to walk away. you got to stand for something be willing to walk out. >> stand for the truth. neil: i am putting
FOX Business
Nov 29, 2017 12:00pm EST
corporate piece of this is actually pretty good. neil: douglas holtz-eakin signed on to this, george shultz, larry lindsey, john taylor, who's who, argued this could boost gdp. that alone could go a long way to providing additional revenues. what i notice in the past with surges in gdp getting them to last longer than a quarter or two or three at a time. do you think that the average you see for 10 years would be consistently 3% or better versus 2% as been the average roughly over a last decade? >> there is no question gdp will grow. getting steady 3% growth, requires a lot more than the tax code. would require regulatory changes. neil: glenn, this alone does not do that right? >> i think it will raise growth. i don't think it will get all the way to 3% forever. what we agreed in the letter you will raise the level of gdp to 3%. neil: there has to be revisitting all of this, the fear republicans have, even if they pass this, get it done, the impact, feeling impact could be months, years away. >> i don't agree. neil: good, that is what i was going to ask. the fear if that happens, the
FOX Business
Sep 18, 2017 12:00pm EDT
, former george w. bush deputy chief of staff that's selling off fox news contributor carl is with us right now. you're saying that right now it's those conservatives who are going to undo it. but particularly, carl, your final paragraph in your latest column in the journal where you say if the freedom caucus acts on its threat, the budget resolution could be voted down, making reform possible. no doubt following their mo, the group's members then blame the gop leadership as the resolution passes, the freedom caucus may delay tax reform until 2018. these lawmakers are demonstrating that once again the freedom they most prize is freedom from the responsibility of governing. so if it goes kaput, it's on them. explain. >> well, it should be if it goes kaput because, look, the house budget committee passed a budget resolution out in late july. they did so only after a freedom caucus member demanded that the house leadership dropped the border adjustment tax from any tax reform package. otherwise, he was going to either try to amend the budget resolution to kill it specifically or would no
FOX Business
Sep 21, 2017 12:00pm EDT
something that bill clinton tried, george bush, tried, barack obama tried, to use the china wedge, to get chinese supporting north korea, providing reserves, money, capital, anything north koreans needed. a lot has curtailed over administration, the spigot was opened with chinese lending institutions and banks and concerns. sometimes they're woven together, but run by china central bank. that is not like our federal reserve, could suggest reserve requirements that banks like bank of america and citigroup on deposit. this is the china central bank telling lending institutions do not do business with north korea. if, if they follow up on that, in other words, if chinese are going to make good on that commitment, that is a very significant development and it's a goal that failed virtually all this president's predecessors. the significance of that going forward. to "the daily caller" editorial director vince collagnese. it all depends whether china is not lying and will follow through. what do you think? >> i think it is exciting. i think it is excellent that our president is standing fi
FOX Business
Feb 17, 2016 12:00pm EST
balanced. >> do you think george bush caused 9/11? neil: count on fair and balanced coverage this weekend. i don't know if charlie shows up because he will show up when he feels like. >> i have been told i have a chauffeured limousine prepared for me. of preparedded dinners in the green room. massages between break. neil: those were mine. it will be saturday. we'll be there, not only on fox news channel earlier in the day, 10:00 to 12:00 eastern time but beginning lou dobbs at 6:00 and pick up at 7:00. throughout the evening. as long as it takes. certainly republicans in nevada. nevada for the democrats where the race is now even. wasn't too long ago odds on favorite for 25 points was hillary clinton. that was then. can you picture me and gaspo working this weekend now? i leave you with that picture. >> will we go to nevada together? i could show you a great time. neil: i could show you some. world's most incredible breakfast buffets. i don't have the time. oh, look at this. heard issue about apple's tim cook. he doesn't want to help federal authorities unlock that san bernanadino shooter
FOX Business
Oct 31, 2017 12:00pm EDT
george papadopoulos. they indicted the gentlemen on some russian collusion charges here even though in the case of at least two of them, most of these concerned incidents that are more financial related having nothing to do with any sort of direct russian ties or collusion of any sort. at least at this juncture. in the case of papadopoulos, that is a whole different can of worms. to national review senior editor jonah goldberg. where do you think this is going and how much of a distraction this will be? >> oh, i think it'll be a big distraction, you know? the washington press corps loves independent counsel stories. this is not new or unique or special counsel stories in this case, it is not new or unique to the trump administration. this goes back, you know, back to watergate. most of the washington, d.c. mainstream media types all think of themselves, all got into journalism thinking that they were sort of woodward and bernstein, and this is, this is catnip for them. oddly, i think this could actually be something of a benefit for the tax plan rollout, because it'll be very diffic
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Feb 9, 2016 7:55pm EST
the rules and let -- neil: you really think so? didn't they try to do that with george mcgovern in '72? >> well, they've got to have somebody there besides bernie, or it's a huge disaster. neil: all right. ben cohen, a big backer, bipartisan raging about the ice cream that ben and jerry make. of course, sold the company. ben cohen's a big bernie sanders supporter. i don't know if it was your new flavor that did the trick, ben cohen -- [laughter] but you've got to be happy with what you're hearing and seeing tonight. what do you make of it? >> well, i'll take credit for a percentage point. [laughter] in iowa i took credit for .2 percentage points. neil: oh, that's pretty clever. i know where you're going here. when you look at this, ben, here is a candidate who is not making any bones about the fact he wants to raise taxes, largely on the upper income. he has spread he wants -- he has said he wants to spread it to the middle class. he's talking a lot more government. you're okay with that, and it appears a good many democrats in the state of new hampshire are okay with that, and you
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Jun 2, 2016 12:00pm EDT
rich pay for it. >> president george w. bush had one of the largest expansions of entitlements in recent history, medicare modernization act of 2003. >> oh, yeah. >> medicare part-d was one of the largest expansion of entitlements. democrats and republicans in that regard are to blame. >> that get as double thumbs down for me because again it was medicare drug benefit. i know that seniors love it but we didn't pay for it. connell: that is issue. we don't pay for any of this stuff. that is what you're talking about, keith. >> there you go. connell: that is what keith is talking about. as i said to james woolsey earlier, when he said, you know, we should have the debate where people will lay out issues and we're all boeing to be measured about it. >> that is why we need a balanced budget amendment people. that is why we need balanced budget amendment. >> you're getting to heart of the matter. this is not a democratic issue or republican issue. those are sideshows. this is issue about america and americans. what we need to do have our leaders stand up, you know what we failed? we did
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Jul 29, 2015 12:00pm EDT
things i am saying and one of the key things i am hearing them saying supporting george bush -- jeb bush, walker, ted cruz, they are saying we have to keep him in the primary. is crucial we keep donald trump in the republican primary whatever we do. the last thing we want to do is have that guy basically go you know what? forget this, and then go as an independent. that would be a nightmare because people are really liking in his no-holds-barred attitude and is resonating and he is not a politician and that is refreshing and the fact that he doesn't have to bow down to the donors and the pc on anything is one of the best things people are seeing and as a fund-raiser i think it is refreshing to see this. neil: always aid pleasure, you are a great read of things and so is this next fellow. talk about shy and unassuming, very successful businessman. what i like about carl not only does he speak his mind but he never forgot his roots, in the buffalo area, keeps it for writing and there's a lot to be said regardless of political views. i know you like donald trump and you like the fact t
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Sep 1, 2015 12:00pm EDT
white house might be something to retaliate. but george pataki says damage may be already done, and he's here. >> two big economic crisis much here at home. canada officially is falling into recession first half of this year. posting weakest results back to back quarters of negative growth the weakest since the 2008 financial crisis. meanwhile as china owning the united states? the cyberattacks against our government putting millions of people information at risk looking at what's happened over the years particularly this year with advance into intergnarl waters and address of new islands in south china sea if there's ever a time to push back, isn't it now? >> sign to push back as scott walker says china drag markets down hacking government and building islands talker to the whoat whole specific area also reporting databases together with russia using a speaker liz mcdonnell on it pensions promised and threatened by this administration are too little too late? >> that's the question may be too late because when read this l.a. times story it puts it all together charles so we have th
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Aug 30, 2016 12:00pm EDT
left and that of george w. bush. he responded so effectively after 9/11, that we didn't have one terrorist attack in our country and now that barack obama has taken over, we've had terrorist attacks all over the world, including the united states. i think the statistics somewhere around ten times as many people are dying of terrorism today as were under george bush after the 9/11. so this notion that somehow we just quit talking about it and maybe it will go away is why terrorists are lighting fires of torture and death all over the world and it's a disgrace. connell: thank you for coming on. >> thank you. connell: now, the woman we're going to talk about next was vetted at one point to possibly be john mccain's running mate for vice-president. why is the hewlett-packard ceo meg whitman, a long time republican, backing hillary clinton? we'll have that in a moment. you pay your car insurance premium like clockwork. month after month. year after year. then one night, you hydroplane into a ditch. yeah... surprise... your insurance company tells you to pay up again. why pay for insur
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Aug 28, 2017 12:00pm EDT
: really to be fair, has not been still not a lot of finger pointing made. george p. bush, texas land commissioner joining me. commissioner, very good having you back with us. what is the latest from your vantage point? how bad does this get? how far does this flooding spread. >> regret fully, neil, the weather situation is not helping us. we're anticipating as you mentioned more a few feet of precipitation in many areas of our state. we have 54 counties of our 254 right now declared to be disaster areas. we're still in the process of extensive search-and-rescue efforts. pretty much the full weight of the state government along with county and local leadership in these affects areas deploying as many assets as possible to the point of areas that need it the most. in addition to the extensive voluntary efforts you and your viewers have been watching over the course of the last several days. so, that is the immediate priority right now, saving as many lives as possible in an area where eight million people are under some sort of a flood advisory. neil: you know what do you do, for a lot
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Aug 29, 2017 12:00pm EDT
fema director under president george w. bush from 2001-2003. i believe, joe, your problems included an incident called 9/11, to say nothing of a couple of storms. and the one that was similar to this was allison. that was a tropical storm but caused a heck of a lot of damage in rains because it hung around a long time just like this one, huh? >> it certainly did. and as a matter of fact, many people evacuated inside their house into their attics, and that accounted for the bulk of the deaths. neil: is that right? >> during tropical storm allison. so if anybody's listening to neil today, do not go to your attic unless you have a safe way out. do not go to your at you can. it is -- attic. it is problematic. it's not always, you know, the lightning, the storm u.s., it's the rising water -- the storm itself, it's the rising water that causes death in storms like this. neil: yeah. i know we've chatted, sad lyrics on developments like this. it's after the initial hit, two out of three deaths, and the lion's share of the injuries and problems start afterwards, right? >> right. neil: the bi
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Jul 19, 2016 12:00pm EDT
. charles: george hw bush, george w. bush, senator john mccain, mitt romney skipping the convention, bob dole the arm and a former gop nominee at the convention. he was nominated in 1996, the last two generations skipping out on donald trump and the gop. what does it mean for future generations? charlie kirk is the only speaker at the convention. you spent a lot of time trying to convince the hardest people out there, millennials the virtue of being republicans. can you convince republicans about the virtues of being a republican? >> what does republican even mean anymore? i look at the younger generation and we lost an opportunity at the convention, previous presidents coalesce around donald trump. we have a binary choice between hillary clinton and donald trump and whether they agree on every issue, the supreme court in the balance, the regulatory burden being put on small businesses in the country and basic freedoms at stake. the former president wanted a seat at the table, and influencing them. this notion the republican party should be looking backwards. i would like to see senator
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May 12, 2016 12:00pm EDT
was an extremely close election. >> george wallace. they have one. >> you can give some of the credit for it. the republican splinting very badly. did not really make a serious effort to get it together. winning by 16 million volts. you have pretty serious divisions in both parties. i think that they will patch it all together. there will be a close election here. >> i always wondered with these things. being united. they are not doing it, you know, happily. maybe it is politics. john boehner, the former speaker and others. we will support donald trump. there is not a great enthusiasm there. the reagan for said, yes, we will support gerald ford. there was not great enthusiasm among ronald reagan or his forces that election year. that, too, ended up being a closed election. just not that into it. how into it to they have to be? yes, we will accept trump, but we are not that keen on it. >> you have two fax errors. it is up to donald himself to be an electrifying force to the people. just a broad electorate. they have to come in large majority. they want to give this guy a chance.
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Feb 1, 2017 12:00pm EST
quote be a disaster for women. and they said george h.w. bush's nominee, david souter was a threat to women, minorities, dissenters and other disadvantaged groups. so, it is not terribly surprising that they would say it again this time. what is dispointing that leading democrats in the senate would adopt the same rhetoric. the ink was not even dry on judge gore such's nomination when the democratic leader proclaimed judge gorsuch had, you guessed it, judge gorsuch had, you guessed it, demonstrated hostility toward women's rights. i hope our colleagues will stick to the fact this is time around. we know that justice scalia's seat on the court does not belong to any president or any political party. it belongs to the american people. when it became vacant, in the middle of a contentious presidential election we followed the rule set down by vice president joe biden and democratic leader senator schummer, which said that supreme court vacancies arising in the midst of a presidential election should not be considered until the campaign ends. it is the same rule by the way that preside
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Jan 24, 2017 12:00pm EST
dangerous, lot less secure than the world that barack obama inherited from george w. bush. so i think the team that donald trump surrounding himself with are the right people to show the kind of aggressive american leadership worldwide that we have been hoping for for years. charles: ceos and generals know how to get the job done, and none of them needed this job. they're not career politicians to your point. they are indeed patriots. senator, thank you for taking up the time. >> thank you, charles. charles: see you soon. lockheed martin meantime, shares have fallen. reported earnings this morning. it was the outlook. let's go to nicole petallides on new york stock exchange what president trump might have to do with this outlook. >> he has been very tough on lockheed martin, talking particularly about prices of fighter jets and they said they will be lowering those. the ceo made a personal commitment to donald trump for exactly that. the stock is down about 2%. it is off the lows of the day, and you summed it up great in our own tweet, charles payne, noting that they beat on the top and b
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May 3, 2016 12:00pm EDT
tackled the real center. george bush refused to fight the war. iraq has surrendered. no matter how may times that we kill unless we defeat the ideology, we will be doing this 4000 years. neil: until we get a handle on it. >> i do not think that mister trump has it right. trump has initial security. this will be the case. my objective at this point -- neil: that is the kind of thing that we give. are they accountable. >> when hillary is a candidate for the democrats, i will do anything in my power to defeat her. having her in the president the is an enemy. she is corrupt. the way she treated our national secrets is polonius conduct. no question in my mind. neil: always good seeing you, my friend. the selloff going. 152 points right now. maybe you hate the whole planet. good news. discovered three earthlike limits that are less than 40 light-years away. ♪ many people clean their dentures with toothpaste or plain water. and even though their dentures look clean, in reality they're not. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists on t
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Nov 2, 2015 12:00pm EST
. about two dozen people. a very interesting event. mainly rubio and george bush. obviously george bush was the governor of texas. he blew them away. funny, interesting, dynamic. guys, one condition to the question today, no softballs. he went on and gave some really interesting insight. how do demographic damage outweighed by the ability of the republicans to get out there and vote. he made people believe he took a democratic advantage. basically lots of smaller donations. trying to branch out for bigger donations. >> early on, this guy lights up a room. >> not only that, he is smart. we should point out that this does not -- neil: what type of money at this? charlie: everything. roy bailey, very connected to giuliani partners, and a lot of wall street oil money in north texas. i should say financial. these are big bucks. the wall street of global and of raising money here in the city. he will go out there and try to get money at some point. another kind of interesting thing, talking about the dysfunction. he had a way of healing, a plan with the iran nuke deal. boehner ignored a way t
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Jul 3, 2017 12:00pm EDT
hospital, was unconscious being operated on, george h.w. bush was vice president of the united states. they had an emergency cabinet meeting when they came in, he had full authority under the 25th amendment to take charge. he made a conscious attempt to the sit in a different chair. i left the president's chair empty. neil: president reagan, was he well enough at the time to say, to sign a piece of paper and grant that authority, or was that just understood at that moment? >> the constitution granted the authority. the vice president would have to take it. he refused to take it. he left that chair empty. and he served as chairman for the purposes of discussion but he had that empty chair to make the statement. i'm not doing this, i'm not doing this yet. neil: can't come up roses there. doug, thank you. safe fourth my friend. "game of thorns," fascinating read what happen and fell together for donald trump and what didn't happen for hillary clinton. enormous chance to hear from both sides, and contacts and their admissions, unlike any of the books on this whole disaster that was that e
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Apr 26, 2017 12:00pm EDT
clinton or ronald reagan, or even george bush, jr., whatever they initially proposed is ratcheted up a little bit here. so is it safe to say, for example, that the president's desire to lower the corporate tax to 15% is going up? that it will likely be, as the house ways and means chief, kevin brady intimated closer to 20%? >> i think it's a starting point. this is the president, has been through many deals. he understands the negotiating that. i think what we will see is a discussion. you and i have talked about this before. neil: right. >> there has to be understanding of the dynamic scoring as opposed to static scoring saying what will the tax reform policies actually mean to the economy. i think we have to say, build in that fact. some ways you don't look completely deficit neutral or not, make sure long term we have the financial situation which we're controlling spending at the same time we're reforming tax reform, which will allows generated growth we're coming. this is a first step. a lot of thought going into it, pay for and not pay for situation will be something addressed ov
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Aug 20, 2015 12:00pm EDT
expert in the united states george kay, if they read that book, they might have done it a lot smarter. i think that they have already decided, they, who's they? obama and his frat boy there, kerry, have already decided that the iranians are going to get the ball. that has never been the issue. people just miss it. once in a while you see an item in the press or somebody talks about. the real issue for obama has been what they call in the white house under the code name the kissinger protocol. and that kissinger protocol is that obama wants to emulate nixon. in other words, nixon's great foreign policy legacy was bringing the chinese in from the cold and kissinger arranged it. david: right. so they want to do with iran what nixon did with china. i have to ask a final question, duane, how does the next president deal with all of this? quickly. >> i don't know where he begins. frankly don't know. because i don't think we've seen the end of what's going on on now. david: yeah, we do have another year and a half of the current president. duane clarridge who knows where he speaks of, former
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Jun 10, 2016 12:00pm EDT
. and gold. you've got to own embold. listen, george is making the same bet too. so thanks a lot. and we really appreciate it. >> the rast thing i want to say. charles: i'm sorry we've run out of time. what we love about you is that you're a straight shooter, and you want to help people and a lot of people out there want to buy gold too. so i think that was good news for it. we appreciate it. have a good weekend, sir. we want to take a look at hillary clinton she's arriving at that planned parenthood fund in washington d.c. not far from there donald trump spoke at the faith freedom coalition conference where remembering the game is on and both of them out there trying to get these voters onboard. we'll be right back this is judy. judy is 65 years old. her mortgage payment is $728 a month. that's almost $9,000 a year now judy doesn't think that she'll be able to retire until her mortgage is fully paid off. this is mike. mike is also 65 years old. his monthly mortgage payment was $728 a month. now mike thought he would have to work for another 12 years until his mortgage was paid off. a
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Jan 18, 2017 12:00pm EST
back, more development on president george h.w. bush in the hospital. we are learning that barbara bush hospitalized as well. this is to admit i george h.w. bush leaving office saying this as a precaution after she was experiencing some fatigue. a lot more after this. neil: all right. welcome back. we got a lot going on here. that was very interesting with andrew young, a second ago, saying, you know, russia didn't lose us this past election, we did, we lost it. we'll have a lot more. impact on certainly on my fox news show. that is the first prominent democrat to pretty much acknowledge what is out there on the table. russians might have interfered but democrats lost it on their own. that coming from andrew young, jimmy carter's ambassador to the u.n. this is another development we're following, remember that guy running as hillary clinton's running mate, tim kaine among those questioning, the guy getting questions probably most controversy, tom price, slated to become next health and human services secretary. a lot of democrats not happy about it. his commitment to the affordable care
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Jun 16, 2015 12:00pm EDT
that -- george bush senior. >> i don't think donald is a flake. donald is a brilliant marketer maybe best marketing man we've seen. look around the city. >> how does he market that in an iowa where he's going today? >> that is not -- i don't think -- presidency to donald, my belief is a consolation price he'll take it if even given it and move his family into the trump hotel across the street from the white house got more better bigger rooms you know, who knows. >> the white house purely for entertainment. >> this is about keeping the donald trump brand making it bigger. people say why does he need to make it bigger that is what he was born to do. a born marketing guy he's made his living. disagree, i love you like a brother. i think he's serious. i think this is a serious bid with serious intentions, he knows the risk when you put your whole financial life out there that people pick up our guys -- and i think that that is not a halfhearted effort. >> you might be right. i don't know what goes on in his brain cells but i'm thinking this is 50% serious and 50% there's a no loose
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