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they may not all be republicans, but a lot of them are workshops because there's no better example. republicans and have worked in a here is another for your files, lot of republican administrations. would these be good people to have on board the trump campaign doctor. >> all my life i've been told you have the greatest on august 8th? >> sure, trump wants every republican voting for him, of course. temperament. >> totally unhinged. the republican elite in washington have been out of step >> jeanne moos, new york. with the base who elected trump ac 360 with john berman in overwhelming numbers more than any republican nominee in starts now. >> john berman in for anderson history. what's going on with that letter, they've been buying tonight. donald trump tries to kick start ideologies for a long time, john his campaign with a speech on mccains, lindsey grahams, who the economy but instead gets a kick in the teeth from 50 big have more hawkish views in line with hillary clinton's policy. versus the other wing of the name republican national republican party more inward looking, america first. let's not get involved in libya, syria, open space for isis. security advise experts who say he would be a dangerous that's what i think that letter was about, more hawkish way of president. joining us today, saying he the party rejecting the america could actually win it all. first wing of the party. hillary clinton faces ongoing >> that's not what matthew questions about her truthfulness and maintains her lead in new waxman says the letter is about polls. jeb bush's son puts all the personal attacks on his father but temperament. he thinks donald trump is unfit aside and endorses the man to be president. >> i happen to agree with him.
responsible for them, donald so do a lot of other people. it's not just the washington elite. trump. a very busy night. that's a copout. we'll recap the reboot. these are people who have spent their entire careers as the letter that may have derailed it. specialists in experts in these here is cnn's chief fields. i think they understand and know what's going on here. correspondent dana bash. >> who's who of the foreign just because foreign policy is one of those issues where most people think it's faraway policy world, 50 former gop places, doesn't affect our everyday lives. average american isn't national security officials necessarily paying attention to signing a letter saying, quote, the diplomatic relations between donald trump not qualified to be president and commander in chief. nato, our allies but they want indeed, we are convinced that he would be a dangerous president and would put at risk our someone commander in chief they feel comfortable with. country's national security and i don't care how many people voted for donald trump in the well-being. some high-profile officials, primaries, more people voted against him, let's be clear. like former cia director michael but more people want to see someone who is sane and can be hayden and former secretary commander in chief. michael chertoff have expressed what donald trump has exhibited time after time is he's not capable of doing that. concerns about trump before but when you go after pows, gold nothing like this forum, 50 star family. like-minded foreign policy you make flippant statements experts, many of them about nato not supporting our nonpoliticians, coming together to say they're not wild about hillary clinton, but warning trump in control of the nuclear
all arsenal allies, making up videos about supporting iran. you have to be responsible with your words to be commander in chief. he has not demonstrated that. all of that is relevant. >> largely irrelevant outside the beltway. people who are almost unknown to the american public. condoleezza rice, henry kissinger, colin powell, those people are not in there. that would have probably had an impact on people's views. career bureaucrats turned lobbies. some work for the same firm. they smell the blood in the water and trying to endear themselves with the clinton administration. not matt waxman, but some of them have actually said that there's something that donald trump could do to get them back on board. i suspect they'll start doing that when the polls show a swing back to donald trump. >> i'll put it to you. these are folks who have been running foreign policy for about eight years. i doubt you said very many nice things about these people from 2001 through, say, january of 2009. you probably thought -- i don't
want to put words in your mouth. >> you're exactly right. it's fair to say we had vast foreign policy differences especially when it came to the war in iraq. that also takes away from the fact that some of these people in the letter go as far back as richard nixon, as far back as ronald reagan, h.w. george and george w. bush. it's more than the bush contingency. this letter wasn't as much about foreign policy as it was about temperament, character and the ability to be commander in chief. someone who praises the annexation of crime crimea, doe know it happened but then praises it, that is unconstitutional on its face. i think there are vast issues with donald trump's foreign policy or lack thereof. that's what this letter is about. you know, as a democrat i sit back and watch the fact that he gave an economic speech today where he didn't beat up a protester or encourage that happen so it's deemed a success. that's what we're talking about.
>> we will talk about the economic speech going forward. thank you for that segue, bakari. a lot more to discuss after the break. also my conversation with the new candidate, who calls donald trump inhuman. also spotlight on hillary clinton. her economic plan for polling. credibility on the e-mail issue. later why the son of jeb bush just endorsed the man who not only defeated his father but seemed to take special delight seemed to take special delight in humiliating him while doing it. what could possibly make george p. bush get behind donald trump? p. bush get behind donald trump? find out. use is approved to treat both erectile dysfunction and the urinary symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently, day or night. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex. do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, or adempas for pulmonary hypertension, as it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache.
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fundamentally unfit for office. and i never thought i would be here in this position. i teach now national security law. i teach about how our constitutional system has generally produced foreign policy, national security policy that advances american interests while protecting core values. and i never expected to be on before the letter of 50 national security republicans television talking about a party and former republican officials nominee, major party nominee for concerned about his candidacy, either party as being before his own new conspiracy theory tweets we'll talk about fundamentally unfit to hold the in our next hour, donald trump office of commander in chief. >> unfit. gave an economic report speech you say would make the country less safe. there are critics who will look that his campaign billed as a at that and say it's hyperbolic. major address. democrat but does not call that's the kind of hyperbole you herself a hillary clinton supporter. that important disclaimer, we're hear in campaigns. >> i don't think it's hyper still not going to her first. bolic at all. i'm concerned from everything i've seen about mr. trump's we're going to ali velshi. character, he seems to be big on tax cuts, renegotiating trade deals. big on getting rid of government regulations of there was a lot
ethically, morally unmoored, in this for a lot of different somebody who rarely, when it constituencies. >> right. let's start with trade, comes to national security, renegotiating trade deals to foreign policy, expresses much professor waxman's point, this in the way of policy or is one of those areas where strategy. when he does, it's usually donald trump does think everyone else is stupid except for him. trade deals take a lot of time. terrible. and this is somebody who hasn't he said he would get out of tpp. demonstrated the basic skills of that's a position he held for a managing the vast national security and foreign policy while. hillary clinton did come to that a little bit later. now he's talking about nafta. bureaucracies of the united states. and that's supposed to be his we'll renegotiate. if it doesn't work, we'll walk strong point. but there's no indication that away. it shows a lack of he would surround himself with sophistication in our massive trading relationships with knowledgeable advisers and rely canada and mexico. we get a lot of oil from canada, on their good judgment and know the biggest trading relationship how to make decisions when he is that america has. that's a bit of an issue. receiving conflicting advice. >> this letter makes clear, but he did have a lot of red though, that at least a lot of meat for conservatives in there, getting rid of the estate tax, you who signed it have doubts lowering the corporate tax to 15%, lowering the income tax to about hillary clinton. >> i think that's right. this is a letter signed by a 25%. as you know, the top marginal number of us in our capacities tax rate is 39.6. as national security he wants to bring it down, have professionals. some of us would support mrs. only three tax rates across the board. clinton. some of us might not. he had a few other things for all of us feel strongly that mr. working women he has started to
talk about a child tax -- child trump is not qualified to be president. care tax credit. but i think the people who analysts are saying that it is more likely to affect higher signed that letter have different views about how income middle class families than lower income working they're going to vote and this families. is not a group that always agrees among itself on matters tpp, his objections to it appeal to working men, generally of policy. these are people who i worked speaking. so, you know, a little bit of with inside the bush administration. we had vigorous debates and -- stuff for everyone. here is the interesting part. he proposes to double the spending, the very necessary but we all agree about trump's spending on infrastructure that, character. >> matthew, donald trump had an pore some reason, republicans interesting response to this. have opposed and hillary clinton basically what he said during the campaign was, i don't really supports. he sort of went off beyond agree with a lot of the foreign hillary clinton in how he would policy in the bush deal with infrastructure. administration. a lot of people who signed this not a lot of specifics. letter, he says, are people -- it does feel like he took a lot he didn't say directly but of people to dinner at the basically brought us the iraq cheesecake factory, ordered a war and a lot of what he thinks whole lot of stuff and then left are the foreign policy messes them with the bill. it's not clear how he pays for now plaguing this country. all this stuff. he wants to lower taxes, could it be you're inadvertently increase spending and he handing him something to run believes that this will be against? >> he can make that argument. solved by an increased in it's typical he lashes ow at economic growth and that will criticism with everybody's answer the problem. stupid but him. that's risky and highly
uncertain at best. >> now all i can think of is i think the test of leadership cheesecake. alex, let's start the politics is not whether he can avoid of this. making any mistakes but what do last few days, trump campaign was putting a lot of emphasis on you learn from those mistakes this speech. this speech was very important for them to turn a corner, the and what steps do you make to words you hear are reset, avoid making those in the reboot. they want to talk about this and future? you can't just declare they don't want to talk about bankruptcy when something goes all the stuff we were talking wrong and move on to the next about last week. >> they certainly don't. project. >> matthew waxman, thank you so much for coming to talk to us john, two sort of prongs of why the speech is important. about this letter. >> thanks for having me. stylistic side. >> let's bring in the panel deliver the speech on a right now. teleprompter. clinton supporters, bakari he didn't get into it with any of the protesters, veer off into sellers, national political alex tang enters about hillary clinton or jeb bush for that matter. he stuck to the script. burn, along with conservative >> crit he cans will say that's trump critic tara setmayor and an incredibly low bar. >> it is but it's a bar he economic analyst as well as our consistently has failed to old friend, ali velshi. clear. the substance of the policy is when you go see trump on the i want to start with you. trail -- i saw him in a couple at this stage of the campaign of different states last week. he gets fired up talking about it's about addition not sub trade, fired up talking about traction. there are 50 people on this the washington insider class, letter. globalist finance class. he doesn't really offer a lot
for somebody who isn't a white guy laid off in a rust belt state. his speech today was about to say if you're a woman in the suburbs, professional in the city maybe there's something i have for you, too. but the test of this will really be not just can he stay on script in the stylistic talking points way but does this animate him, that he can get passionate about the way he has sold the trade deals? >> angela, i was struck by part of this was a traditional republican versus democrats type of speech. republicans painting themselves as the party, we're going to cut your taxes more than the democrats will, traditional debate we hear every four years. both sides seem to be okay with that debate. part of it wasn't a traditional speech. he talked about trade in a way you don't normally here from republicans who, have in the past been for trade. and then there was this child
tax -- child care tax deduction, not something we've heard typically from candidates right there. that could be appealing, i imagine, to some voters. >> i think it could be appealing. the hill he has to climb to ensure that voters will support him on a child care tax credit is major. i was saying earlier today that donald trump was given 99% a brand new meaning. that is, 99% of people who look like me who are not supporting him, regardless of whether or not he was in detroit. the fact that his economic advisers, the group of them -- none of them look like me, as a person or as a person of color. the fact that when you go to detroit and lay at the feet of the president and hillary clinton, who mind you has not been sworn in to be anyone's commander in chief, you can rest every economic policy, every failure that that economy is facing at the feet of the president is irresponsible. the fact that this was a fact
checker's dream because they could go through and tear this speech apartment. he talked about black youth unemployment being at 42% but didn't say 49% of everyone else, every other american in that same age demographic is employed. so there's a huge problem here when you look at how they interpret statistics, how they psh these numbers out. what they're actually using to bait potential voters. i don't feel swayed at all and probably wouldn't be. >> you can talk in our next block. >> sorry. >> find out what bakari sellers so badly wants to say. more with our panel ahead, including hillary clinton's answer to donald trump's speech, why she's saying what she is now saying about his economic plan. want younger looking hair in 30 minutes?
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getting support from unlikely places but has also tried unsuccessfully to put her e-mail issues behind her. >> reporter: hillary clinton is taking aim at donald trump's plans to bolster the u.s. economy. >> he can't escape the math. economists left, right, in the middle all say the same thing. that trump's policies would throw us into a recession. >> reporter: at a campaign stop in st. petersburg, florida, clinton accused trump of policies that favor the wealthy at the expense of middle class americans. >> his tax plans will give super big tax breaks to large corporations. he wants to basically just repackage trickle down economics. >> reporter: clinton's campaign already hitting the airwaves in florida, looking to paint trump as someone who profits off other
people's pain. >> i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. okay? >> poll of polls shows clinton with a ten-point lead over trump, up six points from just before the conventions. now prominent republicans unhappy with trump are breaking from their party and coalescing around clinton. despite her recent gains, hillary clinton's latest effort to move past her e-mail controversy have backfired. friday she said she short circuited her remarks about the fbi statement on her private e-mail server. >> i may have short circuited and for that i will try to clarify. >> reporter: trump quickly pounced calling her unstable and unfit to be president. >> she used the term short circuit. she took a short circuit in the brain and she has problems. it amazes me, actually.
honestly, i don't think she's all there. >> reporter: clinton's running mate, tim kaine defended her during a "meet the press" interview sunday. she has apologized for using her private e-mail server. >> i am not presumptuous enough to start thinking about how i'm going to do things after november but i know that this is something that she has learned from and we're going to be real transparent. absolutely. >> reporter: the clinton campaign also taking note of trump's july fund-raising haul of $80 million. still $10 million shy of its own total but closing the gap. fact that campaign manager to write in a memo, this was far more than anyone expected and should be a wake-up call to all hillary supporters. >> pamela brown joins us right now from st. petersburg. what is hillary clinton trying to accomplish ahead of her own economic speech thursday? >> reporter: well, she's really
setting the stage here in florida during her two-day swing here in this crucial battleground state ahead of what her campaign is saying is a major speech on the economy thursday in michigan. she came out today with these fresh attacks against trump. really what happens become the escalating find over the economy, going after him for his jobs plan that he laid out today, saying he will cause a recession and only wants to help wealthy people like himself. here in florida, this battleground state she wants to make sure she blunts his path to victory and capitalize on the momentum we've seen at the latest poll. cnn polls polls shows her up ten points and cnn poll shows she is making gains over trump when it comes to the economy. back to you, john. >> pamela brown in st. petersburg. thanks so much. bakari sellers, i kt you off and we went to commercial. hillary clinton is giving her own economic speech thursday. yet she felt the need to go off script and respond directly to a
lot of what donald trump said on stump today. is that a defacto admission that she can't let donald trump have a day on the economy? she knows the economy is an issue that concerns voters deeply right now. >> it's the economy, stupid. isn't that the lesson we've all learned? that was a saying. it's a saying. >> oh. you just called me stupid again. >> it was a saying. you cannot let donald trump have a moment. you cannot let donald truch have the day. continue to put the foot on the gas, keep the pedal down and win every vote. donald trump doubled down on voodoo economics. we were talking about his child tax deduction. 40% of americans who actually filed pay no tacks. they don't get the privilege of having this deduction. no talk about paid family leave, no talk about raising the federal minimum wage. you look how this was all nfld in blatant hypocrisy.
he is the same person talking about bringing jobs back to america but does nothing of his own here in america. >> cardiz made a point, voodoo economics, a term we hear every four years in a campaign. democrats make that case, right or wrong. is this now at least -- is this part of the campaign a traditional r versus d discussion? if donald trump can have that discussion every day, is that ground where he feels comfortable? >> yes. and i think that there was a lot of substance in the speech today that republicans will like. i think that he tried to be all things to a lot of people. it boiled down to the economy. it's absolutely true. bill clinton and the "i feel your pain" and "it's the economy, stupid" came from one of bill clinton's advisers. >> james carville actually. >> yeah, it was james carville. people vote on how they feel right now.
how does it affect my pockets, my family. it's very smart tore donald trump to do. there were some things that were concerning, like trade. that's a big problem. we can't go back to -- we can't go back to protectionist policies like we had under hoover that led to the great depression. that's a problem. donald trump said a lot of things that i think were attractive to people. and the clinton campaign is concerned about that. we know people vote based on the economy. he went for child care, deduction or credit, that speaks to a constituency. that's why hillary clinton had to come out and address it. i will take the reagan economy over this current of obama any day. >> he has created tens of thousands of jobs in his private life. he pointed to hillary clinton's record and said she propsed upstate new york she would create 200,000 jobs.
washington post, hardly a friend of donald trump or republican's, her jobs promises failed to realize. meanwhile, hillary clinton in the senate voted for taxes making as little as $43,000 and her running mate proposed a tax on people making as little as $17,000. if i were a democrat i would be scared. >> joe, she just said if i'm a democrat i would be very scared. if you're a republican, which you are -- >> i want to address something that bakari said. 47% of american people don't pay tacks and this wasn't a good plan because this deduction doesn't help those 47%. 53% of people do pay taxes, struggling to pay child care. i'm happy that my candidate is speak together 53% of americans who do pay tacks, who do carry the burden. cnn poll of polls coming out
today. >> daily tracking poll, which has the biggest hillary clinton to date. >> poll of polls of l.a. times polls has him down by only one. >> cnn poll is an average of ten poll. >> if he speaks to those 53% of americans who are concerned about things like child care, jobs then, yes, his poll numbers will go up. >> i have to ask a very simple question. >> and we have to go to break again. get a chance when we come back. it is time for a quick break. why a former reagan white house political adviser says he will vote for clinton. also ahead, donald trump has enjoyed very little support among the bush family to say the least. now one of them is breaking ranks. jeb bush's son. the question is, why? and why now? tylenol and advil can quit after 6.
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strangers, between people in his own party even people who used to work together in the very same white house. two people join me right now. they worked together in the same office in the reagan white house. frank lavin, white house political director who says trump is the emperor with no clothes and is now voting for hillary clinton. also a former reagan white house political director and commentator. jeffrey lord is a donald trump supporter. you've served every republican station the last 40 years. you say you're voting for hillary clinton over donald trump. how did you get there? >> thanks for having me on. look, it started with donald trump. and i mentioned two points in that essay, john. one is, look, if not exclusively articulating a bigotry, he evokes bigot sentiment toward groups and that should be
unacceptable in public life. secondly, multiple bankruptcies. this is a fellow who has four different bankruptcies and yet seems to have -- troubling for traditional republican voters. tho's are two problems i articulated with trump. >> how did you lose lavin? what ds that mean for trump's bid for the white house? >> that's not really frank lavin. that's someone who has had an invasion of the body snatchers. frank is somewhere else. we're really trying to find him. listen, i know frank. i love frank. i have great respect for him. this is the discussion within the republican party, discussion among people who supported and worked for ronald reagan, george w. bush, george h.w. bush, jack kemp, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. i just disagree. i don't think donald trump is -- i know donald trump. he is not in the least a bigoted guy. i think we're talking about an
american liberal movement that is bigoted that made their political bones on slavery, segregatetion, and still play with race card things today. that is very disturbing to me. secondly, frank has been an ambassador. there's no way in the world frank lavin would have a private server in his basement and run national security e-mails to them. he would never in a thousand years do something like that. that's what hillary clinton has done. now we have senators cotton and sessions, connecting these things and wanting to check in to the fact that this poor soul in iran, iranian nuclear scientist was mentioned in these e-mails. egregiously gross derelection of duty. >> those e-mails, everyone was talking about it publicly. what she said in the e-mails didn't go further than what was out there in public information. we'll talk about that in our
next hour. ambassador lavin, i'll let you address the issue of the e-mails. you say there are things that concern you about hillary clinton. yet you still say you are voting for her. why do these things not concern you enough for you to lose your vote? >> sure. let me say upfront, returning jeff's kindness, regardless of your politics, who you're voting for, one of the brightest guys you can talk to on american political history, political trivia, political statistics is jeff lord. and if you ever have the chance to grab some time with jeff, you're going to learn a lot. i compliment jeff just on his historical knowledge. i'll turn to your comment on the e-mails. yeah, look, i do think that was a problem and it does give me considerable discomfort. i think jeff is exactly right that it's something that shouldn't be tolerated in government. here, to my mind, is the core difference between what hillary clinton did regarding e-mails and what donald trump did regarding bankruptcies. the clear difference is this. she said i was wrong.
i made a mistake. i'm sorry. donald trump said i don't apologize. i'm not sorry and i made a few million dollars and people lost money. there's a clear difference of character between someone who has self awareness and recognizes mistakes and someone who has no self awareness and profits from other people's misfortune. that's how i distinguish between those two flaw. >> jeffrey lord, we talk about character and temperament. that's the subject of that letter where we heard from 50 national security advisers who worked in various republican administrations. they say as ambassador lav. n is saying right now, that donald trump doesn't have the temperament to be president. >> let me reach over here. i wrote down a list of some of the descriptions of hillary clinton in some of these different books written about her as given by people who knew her. they accuse her temperamentally speaking yelling, throwing, hollering, volcanic eruptions, holds grudges, unleashes
obscenity filled tirades. they're describing somebody who simply doesn't have the temperament for this kind of thing. book after book after book comes out. they all have some kind of story in there about this. this is not a good thing. ronald reagan did not throw vases in the white house, i assure you. >> you're far away in singapore right now, ambassador lavin. i want to give you the last word. jfry often invokes ronald reagan when he says he supports donald trump. what do you think ronald reagan would say? >> i don't put words in people's mouths. reagan stood for a republican party that was inclusive. donald trump does not. reagan believed in working through allies through a treaty structure. donald trump has rejected that view. at least on two very fundamental organizing principles there's a considerable view between ronald reagan's view of politics and donald trump's view of politics.
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room [ inaudible ]. you know what? for team bush it's a bitter pill to swallow. you get back up and you make sure [ inaudible ]. >> that's george p. bush who is put ago siting aside the attackd trump made against his father. if you forgot them, gary tuchman has a refresher. >> reporter: it did not take long for donald trump to set his sights on jeb bush. >> i can't believe bush is in first place. some people are thrilled. i'm not thrilled because how could bush be in first place? this guy can't negotiate his way out of a paper bag. >> reporter: early on, trump came out with a phrase to get under his skin. >> he's very low energy. >> i think jeb is a nice person. he's very low energy. i'm not used to that kind of a person.
so let's assume somebody else becomes president. let's assume a very low energy person, very very low energy, so low energy that every time you watch him you fall asleep. >> reporter: trump trotted out the theme at debates, too. >> i got along with clinton. i get along with everybody. that was my job, to get along with people. >> the simple fact is -- >> excuse me, one second. >> no. the simple fact is, donald -- >> more energy tonight. i like that. >> reporter: the low energy line usually got supporters laughing and applauding. so did the more personal insults. >> jeb bush, who's a total stiff, by the way, a total stiff. his family's so ashamed. look -- say it. the poll just came out. and i'm tied with jeb bush and i said oh, that's too bad. how can i be tied with this guy? he's terrible. he's terrible. >> reporter: then trump took it a step further. a far more provocative step. an attack on jeb bush by
attacking george w. bush. >> say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. >> hold on. you can't blame george bush for that. >> he was president, okay? don't blame him or don't blame him but he was president. the world trade center came down during his reign. >> the world trade center came down during his reign. remember that. >> excuse me, the world trade center came down during the reign of george bush, right? it came down. >> reporter: trump said this in august 2015. >> the last thing we need is another bush, believe me. >> reporter: and this six months later. >> the last thing we need is another bush. that i can tell you. >> reporter: donald trump never let up on his attacks against jeb bush. >> jeb, oh. jeb. he's asleep. he's asleep at the wheel, folks. >> reporter: trump did not pull punches with most of the republican candidates, but he seemed to relish jabbing jeb bush the hardest.
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