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FOX News
Feb 16, 2016 11:00am PST
george w. bush. earlier today jeb was talking and taking aim at donald trump during a town hall meeting in columbia, south carolina. >> the leading candidate for president on our side says we don't need to increase spending for the military. i guess he thinks he can use his skills to somehow magically bring to light the weapons necessary to keep our war veterans safe. >> trump threatening to file a lawsuit now against ted cruz. carl cameron live in columbia, south carolina. trump warned people he would sue cruz. he said it before and said it again yesterday. what's going to happen here? >> he's also predicted democrats would sue him and kept his attack on ted cruz and in trump's mind there by being ineligible to be the united states president and said that he didn't necessarily intend to do the lawsuit himself. yesterday that changed. donald trump said that if ted cruz doesn't apologize for some nasty attack adds and some of the assertions cruz made that trump considers to be lies, absent an apology he'll personally sue ted cruz and try to prevent him from going forward as a political c
FOX News
Nov 18, 2013 11:00am PST
. george zimmerman is in custody again right now. seminole county, florida, police responding to a disturbance about an hour ago, he's been tine a correctional facility in sanford northeast of orlando where he'll be booked. no word on the charges but local reports is he may have been involved with a domestic dispute with his girlfriend. george zimmerman was acquitted of all charges in the shooting of trayvon martin. police showed up at his esstraepestrang estranged wife's home in september. >>> meantime former vice president dick cheney daughters are going after one another. after comments liz cheney made. mary cheney has married her long time partner. listen. >> your sister mary who is married to a woman put out this post. she said for the record, i love my sister, you, but she is dead wrong on the issue of marriage. >> yeah. listen i love mary very much. i love her family very much. this san issue in which we disagree. >> mary said we got married in 2012. she didn't hesitate to tell us how happy she was for us. to have her now say she doesn't support our right to marry is offensi
FOX News
Nov 19, 2013 11:00am PST
martin back in court again. george simmerman arraigned on charges aflt s after allegedly judge freed him on bond and he is due back in court. >> many questions in the center of a congressional hearing today as documents show the administration was warned yet aden back in march that the obama care website was not ready for prime time. did the president know about this? >> bad news for the president in a couple of polls today? >> you are right. his approval rating never so low. in an abc washington post poll. most say the government shouldn't been involved with health care. most blame those numbers on the troubled roll out of healthcare.gov. press secretary saying the information is secure. >> when consumers fill out their online applications they can trust that the information that they are providing is protected by security standards. testing happens on an on going basis using best practices to safeguard personal information. the healthcare.gov website has been determined to beco complia. >> gretchen? >> i can imagine republicans have something to say about these polls. what has the
FOX News
Feb 12, 2016 11:00am PST
focussing most of his fire on jeb bush and george w. bush monday. he felt the need to launch a preempt to restrike. listen to this. >> especially getting us in that quick sand. we got in quick sand. i was against the war in iraq. we have to be given credit for vision. i was against the war in iraq. i think it's going to totally destabilize the middle east. >> most of the attacks is against donald trump and focussed around his conservative credentials and his language on the stage. in fact, marco rubio said he couldn't explain to his 7-year-old what it was, the trump word used the other day. gretchen. >> we've all been there. not everyone on the attack wagon, right. >> no, they're not. john kasich and ben carson have avoided all that. a few minutes ago i asked ben carson why he's not joining the fray. >> i actually believe people in south carolina like people across the country eventually will start saying you know what, this is way too important in the election for us to be concerned with circus antics. the cruise campaign forced to take down an attack add against marco rubio.
FOX News
Oct 2, 2014 11:00am PDT
.-led coalition. former president george w. bush giving his thoughts to our brian kilme about pulling our troops out of iraq. first what president bush said about the issue back in 2007 and then what he said about it today. it would mean they replace the one they lost in afghanistan. troops would have to return at some later date to confront an enemy that is even more dangerous. >> how did you know? >> i know the nature of the enemy. anybody that kills 3,000 innocents and beheads people because of their religion or because of their point of view is dangerous. >> time for some real talk now with andrew mccarthy, senior fellow at national review institute and contributing editor at national review. zeefs right in 2007. now, i hi to be fair to president obama president bush did agree to a status of forces fwreemt that had us vacating the place in 2011, i think it was, and, you know, the same problem that existed in 2007 could very well have existed in 2011. i think obama should have done more to lean on the iraqis to allow us to retain a force there, and he clearly didn't want to do that
FOX News
Oct 1, 2014 11:00am PDT
story. >>> president bill clinton revealing that president george w. bush used to call him at least twice a year for advice and just to chat about the job. so could president obama learn anything from reaching out to his predecessor, george w. bush? i don't know. maybe they could talk about terror. >>> plus, got a speeding ticket lately? turns out it may have more to do with the kind of car you drive than how you drive. the surprising details behind a new study maybe these lawyers on the set could help you out. that brings us to the question of the day. what's your best story of getting out of a ticket? i cannot tell my story today. just can't. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know certain cartoon characters should never have an energy drink? action! blah-becht-blah- blublublub-blah!!! geico®. introducing the birds of america collection. fifty stunning, hand-painted plates, commemorating the state birds of our proud nation. blah-becht-blah- blublublub-blah!!! geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen
FOX News
Jun 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
united states of america, something george bush was saying all along. >> it's kind of like we just left there and crossed our fingers and we're like, hopefully nothing will happen because that war is over. here's what the president said back in 2013. >> as president and as commander in chief, i've done what i said. we ended the war in iraq. we brought our troops home. >> marjorie, so now it isn't -- he has to do something. today he said no u.s. troops going back in but still meeting with advisers to try to figure out what to do. what's he going to do? >> i wish i knew. i'm not part of the meetings. but this has been a plague on -- starting with george sr. and george w. trying to figure out how to engage in this region. the question will remain -- are we as a country, do we want to get involved in a long-term way with the islamic civil war which is what this is -- >> mike, would this have happened if we had left some troops there? >> the president has said he also isn't ruling anything out. that might mean more military intervention, correct? everything's on the table. and we should have
FOX News
Mar 1, 2016 11:00am PST
guys are looking to bail. a quick brief history lesson. mitt romney lost. john mccain lost, george w. bush barely won the white house. bob dole lost. george herbert walker bush lost. >> let's listen to what trump has to say. >> are you worried you may split the party and make it harder to defeat the democrats in november? >> i think it's the opposite. i've had tremendous calls from establishment people and non-establishment people. the party is going to get bigger. >> so simon, are the democrats just relishing this moment, this idea that the gop is in turmoil and they might splinter apart? >> i don't know if i have a lot to add to this one. i will say, i was surprised. i was really surprised as larry was that so many elected officials were unwilling to even answer the question. i mean, this is a competitive race. he is winning fair and square. he is not cheating. there's no question of him cooking the books. he is going out in front of republican voters and he is -- he has been crushing a very talented field. so it's a little disinagain oohous. a degree with larry for these leaders t
FOX News
Apr 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
connection to the school. >>> and new information on the teenage stowaway. >>> and george h.w. bush is known for his sock collection. now you can own a pair. we want to know, which of the former president's socks are your favorites? red, white and blue on the left? pink polka dot in the middle or the superman socks on the right? tweet me, weigh in and we'll tell you the results at the end of the show. .yea dulcolax tablets can cause cramps but not phillips. it has magnesium and works more naturally than stimulant laxatives. for gentle cramp free relief of occasional constipation that works! mmm mmm live the regular life. >>> still lots of questions about the teen who hitched a ride to hawaii in the landing gear of a plane. officials at san jose international airport are investigating why no security personnel noticed the 16-year-old cross the tarmac and climb up into the wheelwell of hawaiian airlines flight 45 before it took off. the high school hopped out of the boeing 767 when he got to maui on sunday. his neighbors, as you can imagine, can't believe it. >> i'm like, shocked, tha
FOX News
Jun 27, 2016 11:00am PDT
and a former spokeswoman for president george w. bush. ladies, can i start with the obvious there, those bluesuits, the matching blue suits, and then they call donald trump goofy. mercedes? >> let's just take a stand back here. for hillary clinton, elizabeth warren is actually an important advocate for her, because warren is able to energize the base. some think clinton is incapable of doing that whether she's wearing a red suit or a blue suit. for warren, it helps justify the fact that hillary clinton is the one she's obviously going to support, that she wants to bring in the far left to ensure that they support hillary clinton as well. this is something that without bernie sanders' pure, full endorsement, elizabeth warren is filling those shoes. >> mercedes didn't want to touch the blue suit thing. >> i'm wearing blue. >> it's a pantsuit extravaganza. >> the same hair and all that kind of stuff. i want to know, how do you think they did together? >> i agree 100% with what mercedes said. what she's done is boost hillary clinton's favorability with democrats who were previously wi
FOX News
Jun 15, 2015 11:00am PDT
legislaturech his own party, george a much different thing. listen i have great respect for jeb. he was a very good governor but if you're asking what are the things that make me different, i think i'm combat ready. mercedes mercedes combat ready. he does have a point. he did have to work across the aisle and get things done in new jersey but is that good enough? >> for chris christie i think it's not going to be good enough. i mean when you look at record in new jersey you start seeing the fact that they have lowered the state's credit rating. he's had an issue with a very high unemployment rate and, again, he's been ridden by scandals. you have all this kind of shadowing over governor chris christie and quite frankly he's a little bit behind on race in terms of fund-raising and building a sophisticated campaign operation. >> all right. sorry, got to wrap it there. jemhu, i owe you the first question next time. thank you, ladies. >> now to the dems. hillary clinton facing new criticism after relaunching her presidential campaign over the weekend. some like former presidential nominee mitt rom
FOX News
Oct 21, 2014 11:00am PDT
spree? plus, former president george h.w. bush none too happy his picture is being used in a campaign ad for the opposing party in a very tight senate race. ♪ >>> new details come out about confessed serial killer in indiana this week as police try to find even more victims. hi, everyone. i'm gretchen carlson, and we are here to bring you the real story today. investigators in texas and illinois now reviewing cold cases going back some 20 years. after 43-year-old darren van confessed to the recent murders of seven women. he is now charged in the murder of africa hardy, after he acknowledged leaving the 19-year-old prostitute dead in a motel room in hammond, indiana, on friday, killing her with a cell phone cord. investigators later using cadaver dogs to locate six other victims inside five abandoned homes in gary, indiana. sources say all appeared to have been killed elsewhere and then dumped inside those buildings. we're also learning that van was just released from a texas prison last we're after nearly killing another woman back in 2008. let's get the real story now from gill alba,
FOX News
Nov 7, 2013 11:00am PST
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FOX News
Aug 4, 2015 11:00am PDT
george pataki joins us live. his thoughts on the current gop race and how his fellow candidates are getting along on the campaign trail. and should they go after each other on thursday night? i brought in some protein to get us moving. i'm new ensure active high protein. i help you recharge with nutritious energy and strength. i'll take that. yeeeeeah! new ensure active high protein. 16 grams of protein and 23 vitamins and minerals. ensure. take life in. ♪ [announcer]when we make beyond natural dry dog and cat foods. we start with real meat as the first ingredient. we leave out corn,wheat and soy. and we own where our dry food is made-100 percent! can other brands say all that? for nutrition you can trust and your pet will enjoy... does your food go beyond? learn more at purinabeyond.com. >>> bottom of the hour. quick check of the headlines now. wildfires in california forcing thousands of people to evacuate their homes. the fire has now grown to nearly 100 square miles and destroyed dozens of homes. >>> fox news city councilal weighing a measure to requiring police officers there
FOX News
Sep 22, 2014 11:00am PDT
wrong call back then. >> paying the price now. >> making the wrong call by george w. bush getting us into iraq in the first place. >> wait a minute, we are not talking about george w. bush today. we are talking about president obama and the decisions that he made no not listen to his military advisers. david? >> you know, we have now reached the point, gretchen, where even democrats don't want to defend this president's policies. and we are also highlighted by bernard's comes, team clinton, no longer wants to be defined by the policies of president obama. if she is running in '16, should she decide to do that despite the fact i was out there telling the president's policies to world leaders all across the country, i wasn't really for them and instead, i'm for these new set of policies that she is going to be talking about when she runs in '16. >> bernard is david right? because bill clinton just said in the last 24 hours that he supported two proposal that hillary and secretary panetta and then-cia director, general petraeus made, to give the sirians more robust weapons. >> obviously
FOX News
Sep 12, 2014 11:00am PDT
commitment and resolve that is needed to defeat isis. if you look at operation desert storm, george h.w. bush was able to build one of the largest coalitions since world war ii, and those ground forces were able to defeat iraqi forces within 100 hours. >> people are more weary now. times have changed since he put that coalition together. do you agree with that? >> i agree that americans are war-weary, and when you look at the polls and just see the fear. you see the fear of the american people of isis, not just the aspirations, but how many americans could be with isis, how many members of isis could be here, americans no question want us to take military action. americans no question support the strikes. if you look at question by question, technically the americans are supporting what the president has put forth. even general petraeus said it's a good first step. >> you could argue, lisa, that the president then reacted to what americans were thinking because the last poll was that 94% of americans knew about isis. i can't think of any poll in recent times where americans knew about 9
FOX News
Aug 8, 2014 11:00am PDT
. >> karl rove served george w. bush as white house chief of staff and fox news contributor and my guest for a friday. karl, great to see you. >> great to see you, gretchen. >> let's start with what we hear from doug in that they're not giving a name to this mission. why would that be? >> because they want to make it an incident and not a mission. there lies the problem. the president has no strategic view of how to handle iraq. in fact, he's arguing with himself. when he ran for president in 2007, he said we'll have a stay behind force that will execute targeted anti-terrorism missions. all of this conversation about iraq falling into disarray and falling apart is not going to happen because we're going to leave behind a mission, a u.s. mission to help iraqis defend themselves and to take targeted action when necessary. unfortunately because he, himself, messed up the negotiations over a status of forces agreement, there's no stay behind force like he advocated in 2007 and we're seeing the results in the last couple of months as isis has taken over a substantial part of the countr
FOX News
Jan 10, 2014 11:00am PST
internal documents expecting to come out any minute now regarding lane closures near the george washington bridge that were apparently politically driven. meantime port authority official possibly facing a contempt charge after pleading the fifth on that issue. federal prosecutors looking into this case right now. at least six new jersey residents suing, hoping to bring class action suit. check in with our reporter checking into this. we'll get the latest from him when they do. >>> tomlin about to have a news conference on a chemical spill affecting hundreds of thousands of people. residents advise in a lot of areas in west virginia simply don't drink the water. u.s. attorney in west virginia says federal authorities are opening an investigation into what caused this chemical spill that tainted a river and shut down capital city and surrounding counties will we'll keep you abreast of that situation as well. turning now to a new push on obama care. the house approving a bill that would require any breach of stuart-of- security in an obama care website to be made public. this comes as the wh
FOX News
Jan 15, 2015 11:00am PST
? >> he's killed more al qaeda leaders than any other president, he killed bin laden. george w. bush to his credit, and i praise bush on this would not use the phrase islamic often, he said we're not fighting against a religion. he said september 20th 2001. he was very clear about that. and it's very smart not to inflames passions by making this a religious war. >> you can very easily understand the difference between islam and radical islam. >> why did he not go after george w. bush, when he also avoided that kind of phraseology. >> we're going to look for these clips, and bring those if they actually happen. here is my question. can you really get to the root of the problem if you don't call it what it is? >> it doesn't matter what you call it, let's be fair this is not islam in fact the brother of the police officer who was killed in paris, also a muslim said, this is false religion. this is not real islam. this is not the muslim religion. >> and that's a muslim saying that. >> you would agree that it was islamic terrorists in paris. >> i'm not using the word islamic, i think it is w
FOX News
Apr 15, 2016 11:00am PDT
tonight and l.a. tomorrow. why? she's doing fundraising with george clooney. sanders, you can see him at the vatican today with the president of bolivia. he's somebody whose been close to venn ve-- and cube bah. it could backfire. listen to this on george clooney. $350,000. that's how much it is for two seats at the head table. they either have to contribute that and raise that much money. we looked at it. that is four times the average income in san francisco and yes, 1,000 times the average contribution that bernie sanders talks about $27. he's hitting her on the big money and she's jetting out to the west coast. >> he says it must have been some speech. they must be really entertaining. awesome dinner. >> i'll release the trans crypts of my speeches. >> there are none. >> every time i see him, i hear larry david. ed, thanks. good to see you too. trying to win over new york voters as we were talking about. the three g.o.p. candidates spoke at a gala in manhattan. how do you think the crowd welcomed ted cru s after the new york values comment? we're going to show you that plus trump's c
FOX News
Jun 6, 2016 11:00am PDT
, the attorney during george w. bush's administration, a latino and republican, has said that trump has a right to question the bias of a judge in this case, and this is a case that's been litigated for some time and another case in california pand new york all related to trump university, which was ostensibly trump's real estate seminars and taught around the country and is in self controversial by the people who took the classes being sisified with their education. >>> moving on to a separate topic today. another big hire on the trump campaign this weekend. what do you know about that, carl? >> reporter: well, a new political director has been hired, jim murphy. longtime political operative. worked in the cole campaign in new hampshire and brings to the table a lot of skills. corey lewandowski, the campaign manager, has worked in new hampshire for years and first in the nation primary. trump won there. murphy is replace rick wiley who was fired a week and a half ago, very short lived director and the political director is a pretty important job and the upheaval there and with so m
FOX News
Jul 5, 2016 11:00am PDT
sit in the same desk as george washington and have the same title and same honors as george washington. we're a very moral people and do look at it morally, not politically. that's why the american people are as frustrated as they are today. you're right, kimberly for saying there is a crisis in confidence in the united states government and this does nothing to help it. it hurts it, ten fold. >> thank you for joining us. we're going to bring in the host of special report joining us now for reaction on this very busy news day. hi, brett. >> we have rudy giuliani on earlier talking about the statute, specific statements by director comey and director comey is someone who previously worked under rudy giuliani and he was quite shocked this could be brought forth saying no reasonable prosecutor would bring this case forward to trial. >> i think it's interesting, there's two sides, the legal side and political side. the legal side is comey's recommendation and the prosecutor whether to move forward and obviously lynch and the prosecutors will take the fbi recommendation but the political si
FOX News
May 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
secretary says he's confident christie had no knowledge of the george washington bridge lane closures that caused a scandal. eric shawn is live in trenton where it's all happening. >> he is the blunt, pugnacious press secretary to governor chris christie. and during his testimony today, michael says in his words, the idea and plan to close the lanes was, quote, idiotic. he's continuing his testimony right now in front of the new jersey assembly and senate investigative committee. he said he didn't have anything to do with it. and he also said that governor christie was not involved at all either. called closing the lanes, abusive, unnecessary, strange and bizarre. he said he confronted bridget and kelly afterwards who sent the infamous e-mail, time for traffic problems in fort lee. he said bridget was dismissive, waved her hand at him and shooed him away. and he testified about david wildstein who allegedly carried out this plan. they did it together the night before wildstein resigned. he said wildstein told him both kelly and the governor's former chief of staff and campaign manager
FOX News
Jul 3, 2014 11:00am PDT
. if this was george w. bush doing the things that we have seen president obama do, how do you think the media would be reacting? how do you think the general public would be reacting to the power grab? >> the media would react -- if bush were attempting to do what president obama has done by taking 98 or 99 provisions of the affordable care act and delaying them or postponing them or modifying them, my suspicion is "the new york times" would be there every day with editorials and democrats calling for his impeachment and so forth. the media won't do that with president obama. speaker boehner is thinking about using an entity put into existence by the democrats in 1993 called the bipartisan legal advisory group, which is leadership, democrat and republican, of the house. this group was set up to direct the office of general counsel and to direct him to take actions in legal cases. the blog was used to authorize a defense of the defense of marriage act by the house when the president refused to defend it when it was under a court challenge. the court's accepts standing of the house in
FOX News
Nov 30, 2015 11:00am PST
bob dole in '96, jrnlg george w in 2000 and john mccain in 2008. so if you were endorsing a candidate today, who would you choose? see if you have a better track record than the newspaper. get my take on my facebook page and at foxnews.com. >>> we are moments now from the planned parenthood shooting suspect making his first court appearance. is he going to face federal domestic terrorism charges and/or civil rights charges? we will get a legal opinion coming up. i brought in some protein to get us moving. i'm new ensure active high protein. i help you recharge with nutritious energy and strength. i'll take that. yeeeeeah! new ensure active high protein. 16 grams of protein and 23 vitamins and minerals. ensure. take life in. tand that's what we're doings to chat xfinity.rself, we are challenging ourselves to improve every aspect of your experience. and this includes our commitment to being on time. every time. that's why if we're ever late for an appointment, we'll credit your account $20. it's our promise to you. we're doing everything we can to give you the best experience
FOX News
Jul 9, 2014 11:00am PDT
than truthful. i like quoting the liberal george washington law professor who says that barack obama is the president that richard nixon always wanted to be. i think that's a little insulting to richard nixon. hopefully we'll get to the bottom of the e-mail debacle and we'll find out what was said by the senior irs officials and get to the bottom of this truly all of awful scandal. >> got to wrap it there. have a great day. >>> a line of powerful storms spawning some very dangerous weather with folks caught right in the thick of it all. >> i saw it come by. it looked like a big white cloud coming by. you couldn't see. it was that heavy. >> what exactly was it? and is more severe weather on the way? we're live with that story. >>> a new reality show where real life couples get married but here's the hook. they've never seen each other. a team of experts use extreme scientific match making to make sure they are compatible in every possible way and then they get hitched. that brings us to our facebook question of the day. what do you think about this extreme scientific match making and
FOX News
Dec 14, 2015 11:00am PST
and mercedes schlapp former spokesman for george w. bush. i'm going to go through this list, and i want to show at least for the top contenders whether they talk mostly truth or liar liar pants on fire. so let's start it with donald trump. here's the first one here. zero thing that's are true. let's move on to ted cruz. three things that are true. then we go to ben carson. also zero thing that's are true. half truths three, i guess. marco rubio, 17 things that he's said that are true and so on. so marjorie, what are we to make of this? >> well, the hard part is that you also look at the untrue statements. almost all of the candidates are on par except for jeb bush, only one that differentiated himself as making the least of these false statements. what does this say to voters as to what we should believe? i was trying to look at past elections even when george w. bush and obama were running. i feel like what has happened is that trump really has changed the race for the rest of the candidates, where the degree of truth is less important because the things he says are so completely
FOX News
Oct 29, 2013 11:00am PDT
your seat. george w. bush. fast and furious took place then and now dumb dumb idea. president obama wasn't aware of it. presidents for deck kids are believ briefed by different agencies. you had the president in this office being briefed by nsa and no commander in chief can do that. >> come on. these are huge issues. this is why we elect somebody to be president of the united states. this is why you are not and why chris is not. this is the most important job in the world and you are telling me that he should not know who we are spying on? >> should not know about benghazi and fast and furious should not know about obama care roll out? chris. >> it is comical, laughable. who is the real president. this is the president pardon me, the night of the benghazi raid decided to call it a night and go to bed. this is the president that decided to go up and play cards while the bin laten raid was going on. he is out of touch and surprised. he is sitting up there with a remote control shocked at what is on the news. the saudis are turning against us, we are run aring guns to ne mexico. >> you
FOX News
Oct 24, 2013 11:00am PDT
. >> joining me now, former deputy assistant to george w. bush. bernard are you going to tell me to fix it? >> fix it doesn't nix it. it provides fantastic care to americans but it is a law and program that is open to change and innovation. frankly i'm signing up for the call to extend the open rollment period past march 31st, given the problems with the roll out and the website, i think we need more time to educate and engage the public and we need more than five months. i would support a six month extension so that we can get problems right educate the public and get them engaged. real talk today he is going along with this growing list of democrats. i thought delay was a dirty word on capitol hill. >> there wouldn't be a government shut down. we shade let they'll be a delay and what did democrats say? no. democrats shut down government by not taking the republican's advice and giving the extension. the hand writing was on the wall get the president shut the government down and for what? >> we are going to have an extension he's right isn't he? >> this is a hip pocksy is it not? t
FOX News
Nov 5, 2015 11:00am PST
pressure george w. bush. the stay at home dad now wears the bionic leg that has the ability to restore natural gait, balance and speed. let's talk about the great new technology. david branson uses the limb which is called the biomayor. this is fascinating to me. you say that this is reacting just like a regular leg for you and gives you so much flexibility, show us holiday it works with regard to the ankle. >> so, one of the first things off the bet, normal prosthetics you can't do this. this, i can set down and it will lay flat on the ground for me. much more comfortable sitting in a car, sitting in a table, anything like that. helps walking, where it can push off on the toe. i can walk around. that works. >> you can do that while we're talking to the doctor who invented this. it's the ankle flexibility part of the technology that makes this so unique. >> it's the combination of that flexibility and the poured propulsion. -- powed propulsion emulates the calf muscle. so we can basically emulate that. >> you're continually improving this. >> yes. >> david you just got new soft
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Nov 25, 2014 11:00am PST
issues in front of us. remember, two-thirds of all the detainees at gitmo were released by george bush. there were -- there are processes in place that are interagency, that has already cleared another 70. we're only down to 140 or so folks left there. >> right. >> and so i think that the point -- all i'm saying is i think there was other defense secretaries that let folks go and clearly there was some tussle here. >> he wasn't yet. he does need congress to do this. however, let's face it, he has been asking congress for six years. they haven't done what he said. he is frustrated with him. based on simon and other democrats who rationalize the president's actions on immigration last week, i guessed the case has been made that the president could sign the dotted line and he can close down gitmo. i would love to see him try it. is t should be interesting. >> we will have to wait and see. could be just around the corner. simon, larry, thank you. >> gretchen, enjoy your turkey, and simon, enjoy your tofu turkey. >> happy thanksgiving, guys. >>> time for my take on this. president obama has
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Aug 17, 2015 11:00am PDT
, former spokesperson for president george w. bush. great to have you ladies. margery, bernie sanders pointing out the fact that he is not a billionaire. what is most startling thus far is that he is getting 30% of the democratic vote. he is a socialist. are we completely changing the way in which this country is moving? >> well, i theng right now at this stage in the game those paying attention to the primaries are really the extremes of either party, democrat or republican. i actually find his support surprising, as well. i also found his statements on the campaign surprising in that he does have a lot of reasonableness in him although tllt is extreme left leaning. i found the comparison between trump and sanders hilarious. i could not see more different human beings. sanders does not show up in expensive suits and particularly polished in the same way. i think he was offended by the fact there was a comparison. he was making it known this is not the same party. apologize for not having a helicopter present at the iowa state fair. >> how did you see it? >> i think there is a
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Sep 24, 2014 11:00am PDT
and minds. did you hear that? president obama taking a shot at president george w. bush when he appeared before the u.n. in 2005. listen to that. >> this is a moment of great opportunity in the cause of freedom. across the world hearts and minds are opening to the message of human liberty as never before. >> well, my next guest was there for that speech by president bush, former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. john bolten. mr. ambassador, hearts and minds. coincidence? >> i think clearly the president had the bush speech in mind, but he has talked about hearts and minds himself on other occasions, and i guess i'll demonstrate i'm a baby boomer. i have a hard time keeping a straight face when somebody talks about hearts and minds and how it's going to change generationally and what not. i remember lyndon johnson saying with respect to the hearts and minds of the vietnamese people, you know, if we had a certain part of their anatomy in my grasp, their hearts and minds would follow, and that is much closer to the causal relationship i think we're dealing with in the middle east. >> wha
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Jun 3, 2014 11:00am PDT
would say they have far better relations with the united states today than they did under george bush. >> the polls don't show that, simon, in the arab world. >> there have been enormous challenging in the middle east. president obama is not the first president to struggle in trying to bring about a better and more prosperous middle east. i think the great legacy of this president's foreign policy is going to be captured by these two far-reaching trade agreements, in the pacific and the atlantic, shoring up our alliances, leaving the liberal international order stronger than they found it -- >> what about the legacy of doing deals with terrorists?" >> in terms, you mean what's happened in the last few days? >> yes. >> i'm going to reserve judgment on this until we know more. and honestly, i think history will judge the president the way it's going to judge, depending on what happens in the winddown in afghanistan. there's a lot of innings left in this baseball game. >> you said you're going to way to pass judgment on that. are you going to wait, larry? >> no, we know enough already w
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Feb 5, 2015 11:00am PST
george jefferson hair cut. the barber posted pictures of the cut on instagram that went viral. he says his 12-year-old son was the first to sport the do. he's gotten dozens of calls requesting the hair cut for their kids. >> my son doesn't have enough hair yet. >> the real story with gretchen carlson begins now. >>> strong reaction from the father of the murdered jordanian pilot. after the national breakfast, the president reminded guests that violence rooted in. >>> word of a new outbreak of measles in babies in a daycare center in the heart land. the real story starts right now. >>> king abdullah keeping his promise of swift retaliation for the brutal killing of the jordanian pilot, after video was released of the pilot being burned alive. the king offered condolences to the family in person today. our own shepard smith, live on the ground in amman jordan. shepherd shepherd? >> reporter: gretchen, those air strikes conducted by jordan is described to us as an increase in the number on a given day. sources tell our jennifer griffin that 20 jordanian aircraft were involved in stri
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Jun 17, 2014 11:00am PDT
did? >> well, i think, gretchen, remember that george bush tried to seven years to get osama bin laden. >> we didn't know where he was. >> media did interviews with him throughout that entire period. that's not true. our own media did interviews with osama bin laden during that period. the key thing is that the administration got him -- in 2 1/2 years, these things can take time. republicans understand this given how few of the high value targets they were able to get during their administration. 2 1/2 years, swift justice, we have the guy. we should be celebrating and not criticizing. >> we are celebrating. >> a shout-out to fbi and special forces for bringing this guy in. >> i don't remember another time where we had a terrorist in sight and we didn't apprehend him at the time. >> i agree. i do join simon. great job for special forceses to give the president a narrative right when he needed it. >> thanks for the debate. as the white house weighs its opti options, the other huge story on the back burner a little bit today is the bloodshed in iraq. so where are these isis militan
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Nov 21, 2013 11:00am PST
with filling vacancies on the bench. everyone has exercised this this since george washington starting in 1789. my nominees waited nearly two-and-a-half times longer to receive yes or no votes. and the ones that do get a vote, are generally confirmed with little or any decent. so this is not obstruction on substance, on qualifications, it's just to gum up the works. and this gridlock in congress causes gridlock in our criminal and civil justice systems. you have seen judges across the country, including a bush appointed chief justice of the supreme court say these are vital vacancies that need to be filled. and this gridlock disease not served to cause justice, it's undermined. senate republicans again denied a yes or no vote on three highly qualified americans to fill the three highest van can esest va country's highest court. four out of five nominees to my court have been obstructed. so the vote today, i think, is an end indication that a majority of senators believe, as i believe that enough is enough. the american's business is far too important to fall pray day after day
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Dec 8, 2014 11:00am PST
his team, correct? >> george w. bush was given an opportunity yesterday in an interview on cnn that he could have said, i was misled, i was lied to, it's not my fault. you know what, he said, i'm proud of the work of the people of the cia do. it saves lives. that's something you don't see much is when somebody has an opportunity to duck responsibility that they walk right up and take it. >> interesting. in the meantime, the u.s. military releasing a group of detainees. the chair of the house intelligence committee saying it's time to rethink this policy. listen to this. >> these services or law enforcement services are supposed to monitor these people. what we have found in the past is it doesn't work very well. i don't think that surprises anybody. so i argue that maybe we ought to rethink what we're doing here. >> so you have the whole line of thinking that these countries don't monitor these people. we have seen that. you couple that with the rate that most of these guys return to terror, or at least a huge chunk of them do. is the real effort here to get this number of detainees
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Feb 28, 2014 11:00am PST
, if you put in george bush's face over president obama in that cheesy, hokey, stupid video, the media would go berzerk, making fun, mocking. i'm telling you, clinton used to be called teflon. nothing sticks to these guys. that was the single dumbest guys. at least put your sweats on. >> you don't think this makes them relatable. >> shirts and ties and dress shoes, why not put on sweats. >> you whined if it reversed we'd be whining and you're whining about it. you're mocking it. >> if you don't like dress shirts and ties, maybe you like this better. nancy pelosi and kathleen sebelius. dancy pelosi is how she tweeted out. >> i think the toronto mayor is much better at it. >> do they twerk? is twerking allowed by the former speaker. >> hopefully not. i can tell you one thing, everyone in the administration is in shape today. >> i'm in no position to make fun of anybody working out. this is a bad topic for me but i'm trying. >> mike and alan, have a great weekend. >> in the effort to honor military, we share a story heartwarming and hard breaking. one man's mission to bring love and
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Jun 3, 2015 11:00am PDT
shield foundation started by george steinbrenner a long time ago pays for the educational costs of the children of fallen police officers here in new york fdny firefighters that lose their lives in the line of battle and the pbs widow and children's fund. the goal is to raise $20,000. we are blessed that a lot of big name celebrities have agreed to come out. >> i want to know. >> i'll be at first base. to my right will be rex ryan buffalo bills' head coach coming back for this event. to my left craig carton governor christie. catching bill cowher. bernie williams. eric decker. >> plays for the jets. his wife is singing the national anthem jessie decker. our dh is mayor rudy giuliani. >> exactly. all the stars are coming out including wally szczerbiak chris mullen named head coach of st. john's. tom coughlin will be there. general managers for the jets and giants. there is a lot of people supporting this. steve weatherford. sar sarah hughes former olympic gold medalist from long island. >> giuliani is the dh? >> there is an 11-year-old girl from way down south, savannah solis. >> she's
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Oct 26, 2015 11:00am PDT
along with the former spokesperson for george w. bush. ebony, i was stunned by this poll mainly because first of all stunned in general but a lot of people have said all the supporters of donald trump are from the tea party. that's apparently not true, is that right? >> yeah, gretchen. the poll numbers are surprising. i don't think we have to question that. look at what happened to mccarthy's speaker. i think it's not about having the most on board but they have the way to right the most influential people to get their agenda pushed through. >> mercedes, what do you make of this? that may have had or been an instigator to clamp down on the growth of the tea party because all the york nations weren't allowed to be organizations. what to you think? >> i think in talking to an insider in this movement basically said the local groups. remember they started with high passion, energy. through the years you've seen local groups, this yore gabbic movement just fade. and so although we have that group that has the influential power, again, you've had the drop in terms of the local group.
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Jan 7, 2015 11:00am PST
press secretary for president george w. bush in studio with me today. great to have you here on this very busy news day. i have to ask you about the implied messaging today when we watch president obama. it seems like he is very casual in the way in which he is responding to this. am i reading too much into that and how much of the job of the white house press secretary goes into talking about imagery to the president? >> the president's coolness, the president's sense of detachment works against him. this, though, you really want to hear the emotion, the fact that this never will be top rated. it's against our values. he is not like that. it's not his style it would aid him. >> we heard him at the u.n. assembly. he seemed to have more fire in his belly when talking about the opposite side of the issue. sflo that might be the case in the sense he was trying to in a sense pander to the islamic world, and especially if you get anything out of terrorists by pandering, you're wrong. it's also the venue when you go before the united nations and you have live people in a speech. it's diffe
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May 23, 2014 11:00am PDT
doing in the white house? we knew every minute of what george bush did after 9/11. what was president obama doing when those americans were being killed, waiting for hours for help. >> that schedule will probably come out in the select committee. you could go to the white house diary and find out. that will probably be subpoenaed. >> we have to know what he was doing in the white house? >> that's an example of what we don't know yet. growing outrage about a little known obamacare funding plan, critics are calling insurance industry bailout. it's called the temporary risk program. the feds have the right to pull money out of other programs to cover the cost. a lot of people warned about this, that there was going to be an insurance industry bailout. is this what it is? >> it's a sign. the insurance industry is not screaming and running for the hills like one would think they would be. what's up with that? is there going to be a bailout for them down the road? a lot of people predicted this was going to -- >> because in those 8 million sign-ups, a lot of people are sick and elderly and
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Apr 1, 2016 11:00am PDT
been this way for a long time. back in 1980 when i worked for george, it was the same way. he won 2-1 almost in pennsylvania and this is not a new process but it's the that's been in place for a while. all the candidates running this time understood the process from the beginning. >> a report today said one of the 168 rnc members will be delegates to and they're publicly supporting trump. one of 168. cruz has been whipping up delegates in louisiana and other places across the country. why do you think it will not be that important? >> all do respect to that important i'm a republican national from massachusetts. i'm an automatic delegate but i'm bound to the results of a primary rmt i'll be representing those in massachusetts and i will, i'm automatic delegate i'm also bound. that's the rule in almost all the states. so again, it's a small percentage of the overall delegates that will elect our nominee and next president. >> okay. unless we get to the point in the convention where nobody has the magic number of 1237 and all bets are off by the time you get to the second vote. then y
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Jan 29, 2015 11:00am PST
secretary of state under president george h. h.w. bush, he said if this story is true, it would be -- given to the way we operated, at least he said when he was secretary of state. so what are we to make of that? >> i'm not sure they believe really conducting negotiations. there's something going on hire in this audio with gadhaficadgadhafi, something leading up to the president's decision to seek military -- the pentagon was opposed, secretary states and admiral mcmullen were opposed, the states reasons were simply this, what are you're asking us to do to stop a humanitarian crisis is acts of war to crush gadhafi's government to accomplish that. but what is our political objective, we had none and that is what they were opposed to. so it's not surprising that some people in the pentagon were also talking to gadhafi. >> exactly, because as i know you know and i'm just reminding our viewers now, hillary clinton was more in line with john mccain at the time for wanting to go into libya by many people were opposed to that at that time. before i let you go what does this mean, though, wroortdit
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Dec 9, 2015 11:00am PST
. vincent de mayo also testified during the george zimmerman trial said his expert opinion is gray's injury was an accident, but the state still disagrees. their cross-examination started just a few minutes ago. so as we speak the state's attorneys are trying to poke holes in porter's account of the way freddie gray died. gretchen? >> peter, thank you very much. >>> so there's a new medical device approved today looking to save people in war zones. we'll tell you how an injection could save a soldier's life. you do all this research on the perfect car. gas mileage, horse power, torque ratios... three spreadsheets later, you finally bring home the one... then smash it into a tree. your insurance company is all too happy to raise your rates... maybe you should've done a little more research on them. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance. i brto get us moving.tein i'm new ensure active high protein. i help you recharge with nutritious energy and strength. i'll tak
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Jan 17, 2014 11:00am PST
ratings. that's not unusual. it's usually because of a war. george bush was fighting a war, his approval rating dropped during his second tenure. this case, not talking about scandal, war, talking about obama care. that's the president's signature achievement. look what it's done to his ratings. >> interesting, another out today saying part could be the economy as well. how long will the president blame the policies of president bush and what he inherited six years, as he starts his sixth year now. maybe people looking at their pocketbooks and realizing, wow, i don't think i feel so much better according to a gallup poll out today as well. >> the economy always plays a role. what's interesting, somebody myself, i overestimated the bad economy as a factor in the last presidential election. this president actually won by a substantial margin even though the economy in fragile shape, still fragile, had 7.5% unemployment, huge numbers of long-term unemployed people. that's always the backdrop of this president. but you have to ask what is it that made his approval rating from 2012 r
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Dec 23, 2014 11:00am PST
strongly condemn it on camera. among them, former new york governor george pataki. >> he should be out there expressing his outrage and expressing his support for the police. you look at the rhetoric over the last few years from obama, holder, deblasio. it's all anti-police. forgive me if i have been too emotional, but i have been to too many police funerals. . >> former chief of staff to west virginia senator joe manchin. chris, do you think that president obama is going to come on camera. i than he is on vacation in hawaii, but as i stated earlier in my take, there are cameras in hawaii. do you think that he will come on camera as he did with eric garner and michael brown several times? >> i don't know whether he will or won't. he came out with a statement with these terrible killings. my advice to the president would be to come out and say something. there's yovlt -- there's a lot of emotion, a lot of anger and frustration going on right now. i think this is an opportunity where, you know, where a president could come out and help kind of focus the country on what matters, and s
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Oct 16, 2015 11:00am PDT
to the military like president obama. >> george w. bush was told in iraq numerous times we need more people and more troops, rumsfeld wouldn't provide it. we have a president right now who doesn't really -- >> the military just wants to say put a whole bunch more of our american young men and women over there. >> it's not fair to say that bush ignores the military. >> rumsfeld was criticized for not having enough personnel. >> it's bizarre and it's nuts right now. >> kind of looks like he's just waiting it out till he's out of office and kind of like putting up the blinders and hoping nothing really horrible happens. >> i wish he would just get us out of afghanistan. we shouldn't be involved in the civil war in syria. this is where i got some great policy differences with this administration. >> maybe he's inviting a crisis in afghanistan just in time for hillary to come along. >> we got into lafg and stayed there as long as we did. >> he's not fixing anything. >> we've had some breaking news. we have a big hot topic to talk about. what is the number one thing that donald trump that
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Apr 3, 2014 11:00am PDT
official bio. former president george w. bush has shown us his paintings of his four-legged friend. he's getting ready to unveil 24 portraits of world leaders. it's going to happen tomorrow at the "washington post" tony blair, vladimir putin, dalai la lama. >>> former navy s.e.a.l. shot in the stomach after an altercation in the grocery store parking lot. but he managed to not only chase his attacker's car but also plugged his wound and drove himself to the hospital. chris joins me now via skype. chris, wow. i guess you had a lot of great training as a navy s.e.a.l. you learned tenacity and perseverance and a bunch of stuff. >> you learn toughness. people are saying, hey, why didn't you call 911 and i would say my idea of an emergency is a little bit different than most people's. as a s.e.a.l. you're taught to keep calm and drive on and handle business and that's exactly what i tried to do. >> chris, bring us back to a couple of days ago when you were in this grocery store parking lot. what happened? >> well, you know, i'm getting out of my car and progressing towards the store. yo
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