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FOX News
Oct 9, 2016 4:00pm PDT
did political analysis for the george w. bush white house and the columnist george will. george, your thoughts on the leaked e-mails and what they mean. >> i think karl is largely right, it is very hard to get people's attention in a fire storm that we've had for the last two or three days on something when you read the transcript, it looks like pandering to the people who are paying her lavish fees. it is not attractive or dynamite. >> scott? >> yeah, i think she has a problem because it is a topic that allows trump to get back to the one area in this campaign where he's been scoring points and that is on economy, trade, job creation, nobody believes that hillary clinton knows how to create jobs in the private sector and the main rational is just that and if he could get on that topic and the issue set for more time than in the first debate, we could have a good debate tonight. >> what about the statements he he made about how you deal with the controversy and so on you have to have a public and a private position. is that simply more of what we already knew about her, george, or doe
FOX News
Nov 3, 2016 4:00pm PDT
voters made up 15% of all voters in ohio in 2012. just 9% back in 2004 when president george w. bush carried the state. in the final days of the campaign, clinton has been heavily focused on top african-american leaders spending extra time in black minority churches, restaurants and communities as well. that's been in true in florida where african-american early voting is off significantly versus 2012. >> every one of you who can should vote early. how many of you have already voted? [cheers] >> clinton team believes the slow start among african-american voters will be offset in part by large increases in early voting by other groups like hispanics whose numbers are up in the make or break state of florida. brit? >>> shannon, thank you. now back to a swing state where both can dan democrats are fighting for every vote. it's a place where obamacare is in trouble. it's part of our continuing series fox news correspondent rob schmidt investigates obamacare premium hikes in north carolina. >> it just five days left until the election, donald trump and hillary clinton are crisscross
FOX News
Sep 12, 2016 4:00pm PDT
political analysis in the white house for president george w. bush. hi, scott. >> hey, brit. good to see you. >> looking at those numbers tonight are which are not terribly different we talked about last week, does anything leap out at you? >> yeah, a couple of things and you mentioned it barack obama's approval rating. that's a little bit higher than what we have seen in other surveys. his average is usually 41 to 59 range. when he goes up she goes up. the lead she had in that survey is wider than real clear average. it strikes me that her fortunes may be tied to barack obama. makes me wonder if we will see him on the campaign trail. if he goes up and she goes up, it would be smart to have her out there even as the country will tell you that a vast majority of folk also tell you we are on the wrong track. look at state o. why-state numbers, too brit. you see in the places she is not doing well, his approval rating is also down. so with the health scare going on and with her image rating and honesty ratings down. barack obama may be the best bet she has to try to put this thing away. >>
FOX News
Oct 3, 2016 4:00pm PDT
turn to scott jennings who did political analysis for the george w. bush white house. scott, i want to talk to you about this usc, "new york times" poll. different from the other polls. only poll, that poll is the only poll now as i mentioned currently showing a donald trump lead and it hasn't shown hillary clinton ahead since back at the end of the one they took right after her convention. can you tell us what's different about this poll. >> yeah, brit. this poll is different because they are polling the same group of people every night. they have a pool of about 3200 people that they poll every night. it's a tracking poll. so every day's average is an argue of the -- average of the previous night with today added in. this poll is also different because of the way they are collecting the sample of people that they are polling. they ask people to self-report who they voted for in the 2012 presidential election. some analysts believe because people don't remember correctly who they voted for or maybe they tell the truth about who they voted for that your sample could be off when you gat
FOX News
Oct 4, 2016 4:00pm PDT
, george bush and mccain won this by 10 points. bill clinton was the last democrat to win the state of arizona, he won by 2 points. that said though, donald trump did have a big rally today in prescott valley. according to the police, it's the biggest event they have ever seen. 7,000 people inside the billing. thousands more outside. donald trump opened the rally with what he called a preview of the vice presidential debate saying it would be a contrast between his campaign which is all about change and hillary clinton's campaign which he says is stuck in the past. he also took on the growing problem with obamacare. people in arizona are facing huge rate rises of 50% or more. pointing out bill clinton said yesterday it's the craziest system he has seen. here is trump from just a short time ago. >> clinton added that it doesn't make any sense. and that the insurance model doesn't work in the meantime she wants to double down on obamacare. i bet he went through hell last night. there have been many nights when he has gone through hell with hillary, in all fairness. >> as you can imagine
FOX News
Nov 7, 2016 4:00pm PST
telling him about the lane closures on george washington bridge that caused traffic jams. janet reno has died. she died earlier today from complications of parkison's degree. first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general and also game the epicenter of several political storms during the clinton administration. she served 8 years and told reporters i don't do spin. janet reno was 78. scooter libby has gotten his law license back. the d.c. court of appeals has reinstated former chief of staf. he was leak investigation. cull minute natalled in valerie plame name was leaked to reporters. libby didn't do that but he was disbarred in the district of columbia soon after his conviction and is now free to practice law again. win or lose no are fireworks over the city last night. the campaign has called off a planned fireworks show over the hudson river. no word on what sparked the change of plans. both clinton and trump will be holding their election night convenience here in manhattan. that will be the first time both presidential candidates have been in new york city on election night since
FOX News
Nov 2, 2016 11:00pm PDT
that nearly one 30 of millennials are people age 18 to 34 think george w. bush killed more people than joseph stalin. historians have estimated that as many as 25 million people died under stalin's rule. the study commissioned by the victims of communism memorial foundation also show that 42% of millennials said they were unfamiliar with -- one third unfamiliar with carl marks. the website the college fix has a running list of universities that seek to purge what they have deemed quote toxic masculinity. dartmouth college. university of chapel hill, gettysburg, clermont and vanderbilt university are some the schools that have programs mint to root out toxic masculinity. many college students, faculty members believe mass could you lindt violence body shaming. they set up safe spaces for male students to contemplated the toxicity of manliness. if you have a campus craziness story let us know. email us foxnews.com we would be grateful to hear from you. donald trump is calling on early clinton voters to rethink their choice and change their votes. is that possible? in all early voting sta
FOX News
Oct 10, 2016 11:00pm PDT
and begin to recover lost ground? scott jennings is here. he did political analysis for the george w. bush white house, joins us from kentucky. scott, your thoughts on whether trump did himself enough good to bounce back. >> that's a good question. in this survey he was down to 72% of republicans. so we're back where we were over the summer, brit, with donald trump needing to do base consolidation. it was fine then because he had a lot of time. we're late in the game and right now he's rehearding his own sheep. a poll that comes out later this week if he did enough to explain to republicans and apologize to republicans and bring them back onboard. i'm dubious he would get that low of a number on election day among his own party. my suspicion is once the number goes back up into the 80s you'll see retightening in the national surveys. >> i'm thinking about mitt romney back four years ago. he got on election day, what, 93% of the republican vote, so it would appear at least as we look out from this moment, scott, that mr. trump has a lot of ground to make up even among republicans. >>
FOX News
Sep 20, 2016 4:00pm PDT
, let's speed read some other news from the world of politics. former president george h.w. bush will apparently be voting for hillary clinton. in a private conversation, he said as much to kathleen kennedy townsend. she, of course, is the daughter of the late robert f. kennedy. she promptly posted that on her facebook page thereby telling her facebook followers and the world. a bush spokesman would neither confirm or deny the facebook poj and says president bush's private vote will remain private. donald trump has shattered g.o.p. records with small donors according to federal election commission filings reported by politico. trump has raised nearly $100 million from donors who have given $200 or less. by comparison in their races, john mccain and mitt romney raised less than $64 million in contributions under $200. the abortion rights activists on the feminist gloria steinman has linked portion to global warming. recent planned parenthood gala steinem said forced childbirth is the sing guest biggest cause of global warming. she says incrossing population, of course, only strains the
FOX News
Oct 6, 2016 4:00pm PDT
people. try to call them by name and the rest of it. i remember george h.w. bush at that famous debate in richmond, which was a town hall style debate in which he seemed so uncomfortable and he famously glanced at his watch. >> i'm sorry, what? i'm sorry, what? >> there you go, karl. there are some dos and tonights, aren't there? >> yeah, there are. these are hard to prepare for. because you know, it's not like you have got -- the audience was out of the first one. the audience will not be there as cheerleaders in the second debate. but they will be there in a dominant way because you have got it develop that relationship with them. and your skill in developing that relationship and developing that rapport will be observed by everybody. and it's hard to practice that kind of thing. trump is going to do a town hall meeting tonight with 155 supporters. personally selected supporters. and that's a good way to do it. but just remember, the people that are going to be in that audience, selected by gallup, aren't going to necessarily be your fans or your enemies. they are going to be people who
FOX News
Nov 10, 2016 4:00pm PST
out. and president obama said the right thing when he said -- cited president george w. bush and the kind of transition that he gave as president-elect obama came. in and i hope that the president's aides follow through on that. because it is critical. and the national security area more than any other, not to have slip-ups that occur that affect what happens after january the 20th. one other thing very quickly. it is important for everybody to remember, foreigners particularly, that president obama is president until noon on the 20th of january. there is no co-presidency here. he may inform trump. he may consult with trump. but nobody should be under any allusions that there is more than one president. this will be extremely critical, i think, given the range of challenges that we face. >> you are so right. and domestic policy is the kind of thing you can lay out an agenda for and work on day to day. foreign policy, unfortunately, is the kind of thing that often happens and drops in your levee and you need to respond to and is he going to need a very strong team around him, advi
FOX News
Oct 18, 2016 4:00pm PDT
sometimes. >> almost contradictory. >> almost contradictory. george h.w. bush in 1988 showed he had very high negatives over 40% and supposed to be unelectable as a result. of course, he was elected president. so, you wonder what people are thinking on that poll. i'm voting for hillary. >> they are right about that. >> i thought the most interesting poll those was one he didn't have about the economy shows most important and trump needs to say a lot about it. >> of the five or six basket of big issues. >> yeah. >> he is winning on that one only. but that's the one. >> yeah. he needs to talk about it the most. >> thank you, panel. coming up, i started off a firestorm on twitter by adhering to a basic role of journalism. people were not happy. more mean tweets coming up. alth, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. the possibility of a flare was almost always on my mind. thinking about what to avoid, where to go... and how to deal with my uc. to me, that was n
FOX News
Sep 16, 2016 11:00pm PDT
negatives of anybody. >> well, and since you are all -- have been panelists on my show, you and george will and charles krauthammer have over the course of the primaries and now the general election expressed repeated doubts about this guy and about the specifics of this plan. so i hardly think he has gotten a free pass on fox or any place else. >> i might employed with you to note that now stepped into a different role. >> i understand you are an anchor now and too busy for "fox news sunday." >> not at all. i miss being on but i have stepped into a role where my analysis is to be diminished a little bit. chris, tell me about your sunday show coming up. who you got and -- >> -- this is going to sound like ed sullivan. we have a really good show this week. first of all tim kaine first time i'm going to be interviewing him as running mate to hillary clinton. obviously a lot to talk about with what going on with clinton this week her health and various issues and tightening race. talk then live in response to chris christie, who is a top trump advisor andlights the head of his transition
FOX News
Oct 31, 2016 11:00pm PDT
was some way close, the suggestion was mr. bush, george h.w. bush was then president may have had some guilty knowledge of some of the actions alleged in the indictment. he had been previously indicted if i'm not mistaken, the case had been dropped and this came up a few days before the election and a lot of people thought it was bad news all the way around. >> and others celebrated it ultimately george bush lost the election. >> right. but in between he pardoned casper weinberger which is a footnote. >> the department of justice has a policy to try to avoid these issues. it's not a vow of silence. it's a balancing decision that they make. comey, you might decide, made the wrong decision but he probably made it for the best motivations. comey's view was i could be accused either of commission or omission violations if i don't tell people that there is an ongoing investigation, i could be accused later of withholding information from the public and from congress. if i tell them, i could be viewed as using the investigation politically. is he tweent horns of a dilemma. ma. what he c
FOX News
Sep 26, 2016 4:00pm PDT
analysis in the white house for president george -- george w. bush. what strikes you? >> it is a jump ball heading into the first debate. a lot of movement in these polling numbers tonight is stickal noise because it's inside of a margin of error. donald trump has moved this thing down to a tie going into the first debate. so it's a huge opportunity for him tonight to try to get over the hump. he's never really gotten over the hump. he got it to a tie, but to get over the hump, he needs a presidential moment tonight in this debate and to look presidential and so that's what he's looking to do. for clinton, she's trying to arrest donald trump's momentum right now. she's been sliding for the last several weeks. if you like college basketball, i sort of liken it to a team that was up a little bit at the half and the other team is on a 12-2 run. they are trying to get a defensive stop and make a couple of buckets to get this game back going in their favor. that's where clinton is. the crowd is into it for trump. she's got to get on it because he's moving right now. >> what factors in your
FOX News
Sep 18, 2016 9:00pm PDT
experience in the 2004 election, and it was close between george w. bush and john kerry, not to rub it in but how much did the daily poll numbers drive you crazy? how do you stay focused on the picture like hillary clinton said we have a plan and there is a poll number that gives a lot of anxiety? >> one point would change the mood of the meeting and you are so exhausted at this point in the campaign, the one point, and on election night we had reporters congratulations, you wrong florida it is over, and we were like, really, it is florida and 5:00 and they are not done voting. >> we took off from... >> on plane from wisconsin and john kerry was next president of the country and we landed and people, well, we got problems. >> when we were in the white house press office, we were the junior birdman and left behind so waiting around and remember the exit poll it came out and everyone was, like, talking about grim faced and there is one network reporter who still is with that network but not in the united states but reporting for them from overseas and he came in to the lower resolutio
FOX News
Nov 21, 2016 11:00pm PST
it will be entertaining. he doesn't have the class that george w. bush has. go to facebook.com/seanhannity, @sean hannity on twitter. that's all of the time we have left. see you back tomorrow night. >>> good evening and welcome to tucker carlson tonight, the show that is the sworn enemy of lying, smugness, and group think. a night on the town for vice-president elect mike pence turned nasty as he was booed at the broadway hit hamilton. it just wasn't the booed. the cast had a message for mike pence and possibly you. listen to this. >> we are a diverse america and alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents or defend us and upheld our inalienable rights, sir. but we truly hope this show has inspired you to impose our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. >> mr. trump demanded an apology the next day, but the actor who plays alexander hamilton would not deliver one. instead he had this to say this morning. >> there are those of us who feel like maybe their voice hasn't marginalized. it's important that
FOX News
Nov 11, 2016 4:00pm PST
, frankly, president george w. bush and president obama who have really under taken to ensure that these transitions are incredibly smooth. i think that's a reflection, frankly, ed, of the fact that we're living in a time of heightened sensitivity. vulnerability, we're in the era of terrorism. and we are at a moment when, you know, enemies might see this as a point of vulnerability for the country. the sports met for would be that the ball is being handed off and we want to make sure that no one understands that there is a moment of slippage here. >> and on that point, jack, you have been in washington a long time. and have studied this. what did you read into the body language there? some people thought that it was quite cordial between president-elect trump and president obama. others saw president obama didn't seem that happy to be handing things off to donald trump. there is this traditional photo op. you mentioned the bushes and obama mass setting the model. they did a joint photo op. together the presidents and first ladies that this time the obama white house did not want to do. >
FOX News
Sep 14, 2016 4:00pm PDT
. >> then george h.w. bush made him chairman of the joint chiefs and secretary of state under george w. bush. he has a long record of serving under republican presidents who gave him opportunities. >> and serving under democratic presidents and, no, it's a phenomenon the press simply doesn't understand. a lot of people rise through the ranks in republican or democratic administrations. when he they're republican they are characterized as republicans. yet, it's simply a career path for career people. >> so, you know, you see that and you also see that sometimes on capitol hill where committees that used to be referred to as the committee are now referred to as the republican committee, now that the republicans have been in charge there a while. >> exactly. i will say on his email, i did receive a few of his aol emails when i was at the state department. i wondered about it at the time. classified material? >> on advice of counsel i'm not going to answer that question. i don't really remember. i asked him about it and he said you can't trace these emails. he was a former board member of
FOX News
Nov 18, 2016 4:00pm PST
who else got criticized was george w. bush when he called out the national guard to build the fence on the southern border. democrats said it wasn't going to work. world leaders criticized him as insensitive and cruel. while those same countries are suddenly building their own walls austria, greece, hungary, croatia to control their own borders. >> at the end of world war ii less than five border walls anywhere in the world. 1989 when the berlin wall came down there were about 15 border walls. today there are almost 70. >> now, as for critics to say for every 12-foot wall there is 13-foot ladder walls are useless by themselves. manpowers and roads and enforcement is an easy but it is easier, tucker with a wall than without one. by the way, apprehension since george bush wall down from 1.2 million to 400,000. tucker? >> yeah, it worked well in israel on the west banks. suicide bombings basically stopped. what are trump's plans for border security? >> right now we have about 350 miles of fence. trump, as you know, is debating about whether or not to put in a bring and mortar wall or a
FOX News
Sep 23, 2016 4:00pm PDT
convenient if it were a white officer. remember, when travon martin was killed by george zimmerman? the "new york times" actually described zimmerman as a white hispanic. that's laughable. >> i remember that whatever that is, right. >> whatever that is. simply calling him hispanic didn't fit the temp let. >> got it. >> it didn't fit the world view. that was inconvenient fact an hispanic killing back kid. no, we can't have that. >> got it, bernie. >> white hispanic. >> bernie, as always, thank you very much. and our popular campus craziness segment is next. one public university now treating students like kin enter gart kindergarten natureners. senator ted cruz just about an about face. something many expected he would not do. we will talk about that coming up. stay tuned. high quality protein. now our family is complete. purina cat chow complete. to capture investing ideas that instantly gives you stock prices, earnings, and dividends... an equity summary score that consolidates the stock ratings of top analysts into a single score... and $7.95 online u.s. equity trades, lower than td a
FOX News
Oct 26, 2016 4:00pm PDT
concerted way in a way trump has. george h.w. bush didn't either to my recollection. but toward the end of his campaign in ' 2, bumper strips began to appear, i saw them everywhere. ignore the media, reelect bush. it didn't seem to work. >> look. it can be a great deflexion tactic. you have 9 or 1 1010 made these allegations against donald trump. we don't know whether it's true or not. of course that has to be covered and covered responsibly. he says the press is after me. he goes to gettysburg and pursuing a vow to sue the women after the election that overshadows the policy. he has been threatening to sue the press for a long time. trump provided the catnip that enabled many of these. >> what we see with mr. trump is he has a passionate reaction to these things. he wants to defend himself. and in politics sometimes it's better just not to talk about the subject, you know? >> he is not a conventional politician and he seems not to have discipline most of the time to do that. at the same time, i mean, look, how did he get this nomination? by giving hundreds and hundreds of interview
FOX News
Sep 15, 2016 11:00pm PDT
conservatives know a lot about this issue with the irs and targeting conservative groups. >> george will thinks it ought to go forward. >> that's right. and the issue of koskinen potentially withholding from these very critical emails and not being a great stuart of the irs resonates with people. and another popular agencies. >> a lot of people wanted to see koskinen impeached and thrown out of office. >> do you think what he did unacceptable in many ways to many people, do they rise to the level of high crimes and misdemeanors? >> well, that's the question. i think the congressman who feel that this may change the threshold and they don't want to go that far there is a big divide within the republican conference. now they are going -- they came to this agreement today where sort of like a deal with conservatives. >> what do you mean? >> instead of having the impeachment vote. >> right away. >> which would have divided republicans as you say. they are going next week bring him in under oath, john koskinen before the house judiciary committee which can hold the impeachment hearings and ge
FOX News
Sep 23, 2016 11:00pm PDT
. remember, when travon martin was killed by george zimmerman? the "new york times" actually described zimmerman as a white hispanic. that's laughable. >> i remember that whatever that is, right. >> whatever that is. simply calling him hispanic didn't fit the temp let. >> got it. >> it didn't fit the world view. that was inconvenient fact an hispanic killing back kid. no, we can't have that. >> got it, bernie. >> white hispanic. >> bernie, as always, thank you very much. and our popular campus craziness segment is next. one public university now treating students like kin enter gart kindergarten natureners. senator ted cruz just about an about face. something many expected he would not do. we will t (vo) one dark stormy night we got a new family member and she got a nutritious meal of purina cat chow complete with the four cornerstones of nutrition including high quality protein. now our family is complete. purina cat chow complete. nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what
FOX News
Nov 4, 2016 4:00pm PDT
former aids of new jersey governor chris christie in the george washington bridge gate schedule. they were found guilty on all charges and could face up to 20 years in prison. prosecutors say they were behind a scheme to cause massive traffic jams as political revenge for a democratic mayor who refused to endorse christie. governor christie claims he knew nothing about the scheme. the governor currently does not face any charges but the bridge gate scandal, of course, does continue to effect his reputation. and this election is unlike any we have seen before, but not just for you the viewers at home. but also for us covering it chris wallace is here next. also, wikileaks dump shows which republican primary candidate had the clinton campaign the most worried. you'll find out who that is coming up. with dr. scholls massaging gel insoles. they're proven to give you comfort. which helps you feel more energized ...all day long. i want what he has. [vo]we've eliminated product changes tsales goalsgs right. for our retail bankers. to ensure your interests are put first. we're renewing our co
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Oct 21, 2016 11:00pm PDT
see. with clinton leading trump 42 to 36. scott jennings who did political analysis for the george w. bush white house joins me from louisville, kentucky. have you had a chance to look that the morning consult poll which is have we have to look at tonight what strikes but it? >> if you look at the survey hillary clinton's lead on the ballot is 6 points which is in line with what she has in the real clear politics national polling average. if you look inside republicans and conservatives danger signs for donald trump. only getting 82% of republicans. self-identified conservatives only give donald trump 67%. so, base consolidation remains an issue. it makes me wonder is donald trump suffering among conservatives because of his distances on russia, national security, and free trade, which are traditional issues that conservatives pay attention to? >> scott, i think we may have a graphic to illustrate that question on etiology. there has been a question whether he had enough conservative support. of course, that translates to colonel extent into republican support. there you see the poll
FOX News
Nov 11, 2016 11:00pm PST
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FOX News
Oct 20, 2016 4:00pm PDT
the campaign hasn't cooled down any overnight. scott jennings political analysis for the george w. white house for a long time. he joins us live tonight from louisville, kentucky. it's great to see you. we have got a new cnn poll out on this. one poll of last night's debate asking people who do you think who won? not clear how scientific it is but it locks like hillary clinton won by 13 points. do you think that's a valid measure and how exactly is it measured? >> well, they did two snap polls last night, the cnn poll and u gov also did online panel last night that's scientific both found that clinton won. if you look at the cnn data she is winning all three debates by smaller margins each time. we saw the same thing happen in the republican primary. er time there was a debate it appeared that donald trump was getting better at the debate and, therefore, his numbers were going up. what they do is they interview people who watched the debate. registered voters who watched the debate and they asked them who would won. interestingly inside the you gov survey which showed clinton won
FOX News
Sep 19, 2016 11:00pm PDT
jennings who did political analyst in the white house for george w. bush. thanks for coming in. >> hey, brit. >> what's your sense in raw plirl terms in how the events of the weekend play. >> what's interesting about the events of this weekend is it really puts a spotlight on the fact that already throw quarters of the american people think the country is off on the wrong track. and in this election, hillary clinton is sort of running as the incumbent. so to the extent that she is inheriting the mantel of incumbency here she has to inherit what people think is wrong with the country as far as defending american citizens and american soil from terrorism. on the other hand, she doesn't really possess the same personal political skills as barack obama. so she gets all the warts of the obama administration failures as people perceive it but she doesn't have the same political skills to overcome it that he did in two elections. >> so your thought would be that when the polling comes out that begins to reflect what happened over the weekend, it is likely to add to donald trump's mome
FOX News
Sep 21, 2016 4:00pm PDT
quayle. george h.w. was not a bad president, people wanted change. they were tired of the status quo. they were unhappy. there had been a recession. they hadn't appreciate what bush had done. when you are in a change environment people will excuse a lot of flaws of the change candidates. bill clinton had some flaws. ross perot had lots of flaws together they got 62% of the vote. bush went from a 4 to 38%. that left a mark on me losing that election so badly. but it really taught me something about in a change environment the candidate of change has a big advantage. the wind is naturally at his back. hillary clinton is the status quo candidate. her party has been in the white house eight years. she served in president obama's administration. and, most importantly, she has done nothing to advance an agenda of change. i really am mystified by her campaign. if you ask people, and i'm not saying this is in a mill way just analytically what change would hillary clinton bring about? what's the answer? >> yeah, that's a good question. also a good question what her slogan stronger together ac
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Oct 6, 2016 11:00pm PDT
depiction. this one is showing the center of, moving towards george and carolina. >> we have a long event ahead of us. it is going to be what? we have a long track ahead. >> the map that you just showed, do you expect for it to continue to strengthen and wind and where will it move out? >> it will begin to weaken. once we get a lit further north a couple of things will happen. we have gotten enough interaction of land and that'll weaken a little bit. >> the water is moving over the gulf stream right now. very warm water. the further up get, the water temperatures are not that warm. we'll see it and likely to category two or three and by the time we get to the south carolina area is maybe a two or a one. it will be a weaker storm as far as those wind speeds. storm surges are the same and the rain amounts are going to be the same. but, it will weaken a bit as it moves into the north. >> when it loops out towards the east, where will that be adjacent to the mainland? >> different models are doing the same thing with it. >> some of that don't react to it until further out. i think it will be
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Nov 22, 2016 11:00pm PST
advisor to george w. bush. great to see you, carl. >> thanks, tucker. good to see you. >> even -- well, i think you're an example of this. many of us are. you know more about american politics than almost anybody i know. you've got decades of experience. you're famously smart. you're totally bewildered when trump wins. how did the smart people get this wrong? >> well, when it comes to the committ economy, i think the immediate aftermath of the election, markets don't like uncertainty, and the clarity of someone winning, particularly someone who had a pro growth package and a republican senate, house and president means likely to have a tax cut, likely to see regulatory relief, likely to see a rollback of some of the administration's regulatory actions, particularly when it comes to energy, likely to have attacks on the regime of dodd frank, so all of that helps sort of inspire clarity, confidence. it helped a boom of health insurers, financial institutions. particularly what i think is interesting is the bump among small and medium-sized firms who tend to be the kind of businesses who
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Nov 16, 2016 11:00pm PST
government i.d. cards and shielding them from law enforcement. maybe not since george wallace stood in the courthouse door was an fiery issue to the feds. >> that proposal countered and flew in the face of all that was great about new york city, the ultimate city of immigrants, a place that has succeeded because it was open for everyone, a place built generation after generation of immigrants. and i reiterated to him that this city and so many cities around the country will do all we can to protect our residents and to make sure that families are not torn apart. >> joining us now is an ally of mayor de blasio, he's new york city counsel member rafael talamonca. there's something that evokes memories of this. states and municipalities defied law in places like alabama and mississippi and the fed sent troops in, tanks in, to enforce federal law. how is this different from that? >> i don't think the federal government is going to send in tanks. >> why is it different from what happened before? >> to be quite frank, i can't explain what happened before but i can explain what's happening no
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Sep 13, 2016 4:00pm PDT
putin, for example? >> well, he hasn't looked in his eyes and seen his soul. words of george w. bush. he hasn't said he was our best ally on 9/11. that was andy card. he hasn't tried. >> mr. speaker, are you comfortable with what mr. trump is saying about it. >> i'm not particularly poured by what mr. trump is saying. what mr. trump is saying on balance is putin exists, putin is real, using strong language with a weak policy, which was the obama clinton model doesn't work. >> so if mr. trump were to lose, will it be his agenda or the traditional conservative agenda that puts g.o.p. back on its feet? >> i think if trump were to lose, and i don't think he will. but if he were to lose, i think you would see a real fight and real struggle. as karl just said, one of the people running one of the best races in the country is rob portman. have you seen a new generation with new ideas. look what rob portman is doing on the opioid crisis and you can see well, that's government. more people died today from opioid addiction than auto wrecks. maybe you need activism on these type of issues. >> m
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Oct 24, 2016 11:00pm PDT
george washington university law school. jonathan? >> i had, brit. >> nice to see you. >> i assume he is talking here about following a slander suit or a libel suit. what would have to happen for him to get anywhere with such a suit? >> well, it's a linger road to hoe. the roads are against him. he is in fact the celebrity. in fact he had a show by that name. is he subject to hire standard under a case called "new york times" vs. sullivan. what the supreme court said is that public figures like public officials have to be prepared to accept more in terms of criticism, allegations, in the media. that they play such a central role in society that people talk about them. that's the life you choose. in order to prove that he was the victim of defamation he would have to prove what's called actual malice. he would have to show that these people knew that this was a lie or showed reckless scotland yard as to whether it was truthful or not. >> so when the courts spoke of actual malice it, wasn't referring to ill will. >> right. >> it was referring to, as
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