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with that in mind, she has a lot to live up to. we heard from some very compelling speakers. we felt a lot of energy from the stage. this is going to be ain challenge for her. she is not a natural politician. it is difficult for her to get up and relate to the crowd and camera. lou: we'll find out how she will do it trish regan will lead us through the rest of the evening, i turn it over to you. trish: you are here through the final stroke of midnight, lou dobbs. lou: woe. trish: get ready, 4th and final night of the dnc, underway here in philadelphia, fox business network has been here the whole way, on top of everything going on with protests outside. we heard from protesters inside. and here we are on the fourth
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and final night, hillary clinton will take to the stage accept the nomination, it is historic from the democratic party for president of the united states. in about an hour, hillary clinton will be there accepts the nomination. she will tell voters what america is facing a moment of reckoning. we've heard over and over again. that donald trump is going to take us in a direction that we don't want to go in. you can expect to hear more of that tonight, donald trump is on stage right now in cedar rapids, iowa. lou is with me, this how they set up the campaign. perhaps they have to, given she is not a natural politician. but it very much a case, if you are to vote for him, you are sending america and your future and your children's future basically straight to
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h-- h-e-double l . >> michael bloomberg, former mayor of new york city with a personal attack of such viciousness. we have not seen the like throughout this campaign. by any common spokesperson, he lashed out. trish: simultaneously failing to deliver a huge endorsement for her. lou: right. and for all world, coming across as guy justin dated in his -- just, indicated in his own grief, that would have, could have, should have. did not take a chance to step in the arena. he sounded very bitter. trish: he probably is. someone who has eyed the presidency for many years. in was his opportunity. if you think about it he may be looking at it as a fellow
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new york billionaire, he is saying that donald trump may be the president of the united states, maybe i should have acted sooner. but mike bloomberg an example of an independent, republican mayor, many would say he was more of a democrat. he did make a point. lou: many states are those colors. trish: he did make the point that the parties are changing. and ideology and ideas do not belong to just one party. i think that is a fair point. but that is something that may go into donald trump's favor. lou: i agree with you. about 40 percent of folks, self identify as independent, not republican or democrat. you have a plurality that is independent, many of those who do identify as republicans or democrats are on the margins of independence. certainly, rational
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independent thinkers. we're seeing does validate what you say. donald trump has done better with independence during the primary season than any other candidate, if that translates to same results and general, he has a good chance of winning even though right now. trish: typically the republicans, had been presented as the parties of the elites. mitt romney a great example of that. now all of a sudden, it seems that the democrats are now the party of the elites. it will work against her. lou: you know, the word, i heard over and over and over, coming from the bernie sanders supporters, those talks and reporting on the bernie
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supporters who have walk out. is the word when referring to democratic leadership, even the major speakers last night, president, the vice president, the word is condescending, there every reason for them to feel that way. because, you have bernie sanders who was whole thing was rigged against him. and the next thing you know he is asking his supporters to just forget that and be good children, and lineup. >> they are not forgetting. >> no. trish: protest, we have seen going out on the streets. lou: really important what you are saying. you have to get those supporters credit, they behaved. and anarchists and others, including black lives matter have been the exception they have been unruley. but bernie sanders supporters have i think we have to give them great credit. trish: we'll check in on them tonight again.
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our jeff flock ha has been monitoring, right now i am going to kennedy, with a former chief strategist for hillary clinton, mark penn. kennedy: i am here is mark penn he knows the clintons well, having run campaigns for bill and hillary. have you an idea what hillary will say tonight, what should she say? >> it will be important she reach out across america to those undecided voters. there are about 20%. i think she will take care of the strong unity of the party. i think she will take her experience, she will take the values she has, for children and families, i think give some program she would give as president. kennedy: president as lowered expectations saying she not a good speaker, not flashy, is
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she working on her speaking skills? >> i am sure she is working up to the last minute. always an experience getting everything wrapped away. but i think that this is well-known, the most important speech of her life. kennedy: yes. >> i think that set up could not have gone better, basically it has been a picture-perfect convention. we have ended up with unity. kennedy: how could you say that with protesters outside every day. barriers knocked down last night, law enforcement that had their hands full. bernie supporters have been easy on law enforcement but very vocal on opposition to tpp. >> first of all, i don't think you have been to a lot of democratic conventionsis. kennedy: i have, actually. >> you did? he said i am bringing her over
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the top. millions of supporters he has on tv, support here, come together as a party, she may not be my first choice, but is the choice against donald trump. kennedy: they feel disenfranchized. >> some are the same. some bernie supporters have been on the fence. a lot of the independent voters, if you don't like either candidate will look at hillary clinton, they saw donald trump, he got a modest bump, she is well positioned to take that bump away and back on top of the race. kennedy: we'll see, if she can rise on the level. thank you, mark penn. >> thank you. kennedy: back to you. trish: all right. thank you kennedy and mark. donald trump attempting to steal spotlight as only he, can on stage in cedar rapids, iowa, he hit back at dnc, at an event in davenport, iowa.
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>> i watched last night, they are not talking about the real world, you know. they are not talking about radical islamic terrorism. they are not talking about borders where people just pour across. they are not talking about the crime, the kind of crime that we have in this nation. they are not talking about the fact that many people in our country are making less money today in terms of real wages, than they were making 18 years ago. they are not talking about that. trish: well, he is right. they are not talking about that. that is about what lou and i have been saying all week long. we're joined by lenny davis, why are they not talking about it? >> i think you guys and donald trump are spending too much time listening to each other, barack obama talked about crime.
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every single speaker, you heard the spouses and parents of fallen officers are talking about police. you said -- trish: i want to jump in. you mentioned barack obama. i heard from barack obama last night was a picture of an america that sounds different from the america we're living in. he talked about how the economy is in such great shape. i tell you, lenny, the economy is not in good shape. i report on this day in and day out, for him to sit up there on stage, and tell this audience, and america, we're doing this great. i get he cares about his legacy. but how is he going to win an election when he seems he is out of touch, with america and she does in turn as well. >> i only do facts. you have the right to our opinions, and i respect them, but, we're better off now than we were 8 years ago, the
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unemployment rate i is down by one-third of where it was. trish: come on, the problem with that u rate, the wages are no where, you can add all te world that you want, there are no real jobs that take care of families. >> i am still doing facts, there are people hurting, and working class families. have stayed stagnant, that goes way back this candidate tonight, you will hear, will have specific solutions. what you heard from donald trump -- by the way it is not class to interrupt someone else's convention by that kind of -- why am i surprised that trump is doing that. any solution from donald trump, that is what you are hea.
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lou: let retrieve class, and return to -- turn to reality here that is, a speaker who has a 68% hurdle, that 68% is number of people who did not trust her, do not perceive her as honest, she has to convey that will be the purpose tonight, programs and specifics in terms of the vision of america she will layout the architecture for us tonight. how is she going to do it? what is the magic sauce? >> she gets that she has to earn people's trust. and she gets it. you will hear this tonight. but wait she is going to reestablish that trust, her favorable 2 or three years ago were high, to talk about solutions and bipartisanship. solutions and working with
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republicans. the republicans in u.s. senate who stopped me, when i am in senate, who say, she was the best democrat we worked with. lindsey graham worked with her in the armed services committee, he calls her his favorite democrat. you will see bipartisanship. lou: there is great irony in that. >> there is. but they are friends as is john mccain, bipartisanship and solutions is her message tonight. to reestablish her connection to the people. trish: can i ask, will we hear about solutions on international front? for defeats isis? >> yes, how many detail you can put into an acceptance speech i am not sure, but better than donald trump saying, i'm going to defeat isis. trust me. which is -- >> are you doing an imitation of tim kaine doing an imitation of donald trump? >> guilty, i should not have done that.
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the answer, she and president obama and the military, are united on what it takes to defeat isis. but it is not that simple, mr. trump makes it too simple. trish: you point out you did not like idea that donald trump is in iowa trying to capture the spotlight himself. as opposed to allowing you will democrats to have their moment. that actually gets however at a reality that this guy is anything but traditional. >> i'll say. trish: he does not. >> he insults everybody. lou: what? >> insults fellow republicans, mitt romney, and john kasich. will not support them. lou: these are two of his favorite people. >> i respect, i respect all of those people, the two. and i respect conservatives but this guy is not a conservative. lou: can i -- trish: go ahead. lou: i have to. >> take turns.
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lou: we fry. try. trish: yeah. lou: program has been devoted to hillary clinton, change maker. he is running against the establishment. the democratic party establishment, the economic establishment. why would he -- why would we expect him not to insult from -- some of the de the den zens. >> you just mocked tim kaine mocking donald trump. >> i was channeling tim kaine. lou: you prefer the word channel, so noted. >> if mr. trump has his debate with hillary clinton, we'll see in the fall. it is his proposals versus mrs. clinton. conservative versus progressive, the american
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people deserve that debate, opposed to republican debate that is to mock and insult people. trish: okay. >> so many of his supporters won't support him, we need a great debate, i will respect that debate. trish: back to what i was going to ask you, he is not playing by the set of rules that you, and hillary clinton, and other politicians, frankly, have actually always played by. how do you compete against that. what the playbook has been thrown out the window. >> watch what happens in the polls and final results, and even you, trish. answer to questions how you create jobs, how you defeat isis, tell us. and he has not yet, we're waiting. trish: okay, i'm looking forward to hearing how she will create jobs and defeat isis as well. i think. >> fair enough. trish: onus on her as well to
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come up with schiegzs. solution. >> fair enough, i agree. lou: i am staying out. trish: lenny davis thank you. lou: thank you. trish: last night there were a lot of protest on the street, it was heated, anarchists getting involved. coming up next we'll have more, live from the scene outside of the arena. these protests, next.
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trish: all right, welcome back to philadelphia. we have more of volatile
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protests underway, last night it turned violent. jeff flock is out there right now, we said it turned violent. that was not the bernie sanders supporters. but you had the anarchists getting in the mix. reporter: not in evidence tonight, this is a calm crowd. i didn't see this coming. i was with hillary clinton and bernie sanders, when he endorsed her in new hampshire, i thought okay maybe that is the end of the movement, first night here, after he endorsed her here, and told his supporters he wanted them to get onboard. i thought that would be end of movement, but last night with president obama. look at this, this is more intend than day one -- intense than day one. >> election fraud we have no voice, this election has been stolen, exit polls show we're not a democracy. reporter: bernie sanders supporters believe they have been cheated, and bernie sanders has been cheated out
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of this election. as a consequence, they are not going to support, democratic nominee, i don't think i found one person in this crowd - -- >> i am a capitalism supporters i am here to break all o waves, i support -- what protesters are doing for the policy, but i do not support there are capitalism, whatever capitalism is in place it creates a better standard of living for all people. reporter: appreciate that, this is a mixed crowd, you try to get a handle on what crowd is. it is a ma all sorts of view point. that is not a bernie sanders 10.
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we're here now this is where some delegates have been told are coming out issue they want is support ber bernie sanders delegates. i don't know if you saw police officers? they were on outside today. interacting with the crowd. no evidence of pr -- we had quite a bit of down pour here throughout the day. we will keep checking in with you, we have the crowd chanting in the arena. dnc protests have not been getting a lot of play with mainstream media. we pretty much have been only game in town with the
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protests, not a lot of coverage. lou: it is interesting, folks that made this choice not to show people demonstrating asserting their first amendment rights. free speech and assembly. i think as you hear crowd chanting, we need take note there are flags across the levels, that have not been in evidence. previous 3 nights, some criticism. but those flags are here tonight, the spirit is, if you will, seems more up lifting as it were. trish: patriotic, yes. quite a few flags, i saw them carrying them in. thought, okay that is a change. we'll get patriotism on display tonight. joining us right now on set, reverend jesse jackson with us. you see protests out there. that jeff is standing in. you hear frustration from the bernie sanders supporters, i
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ask you, as much as we're talking about need for unification, do you think you will get it. >> yes. part of what makes america great is right to fight for the right. it takes time to do the healing. i was in a meeting with congressman ellis man from minnesota. they are muslims, they are bernie supporters, they are now onboard. if bernie were showing any hesitation. he is all in with hillary. with ti tim kaine, and hillary and bernie sanders at the scene, that will be most healing. lou: idea that bernie sanders has now, still a leadership role with those supporters out there. it seems to me he is sort of backed away. if he is leading, he is lead from behind.
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jill steyn leading green party. and steps out with demonstrators at least a thousand of them, it look like a fizzure. >> we've been here before in 1968. the antiwar movement. you recall kennedy and carter were going at it. and kennedy, not embrace -- new york. same things happen again. close rank. so, a lot could happen between now and november. trish: it sounds like, there are political consequences if you can't get inc ern
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onboard, you are confident you can but if you don't. >> those who accept responsibility, defecto. those who want the right to vote. hope we will not vote. issues are so high, the stakes are high. lou: interesting, those who do not want us to vote, i would say to you, republicans that i see are well meaning and honest of heart, democrats well meaning, honest of heart but they have very specific differences of opinion. and principle. about which they want to move the country forward. >> you know the jefferson days of democrats -- truck down
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their scheme in texas. last week. so. lou: i talked to republican party, that just had its central committee, shown to be manipulating political process, and -- colluding with nominee. democratic committee. >> n body has right -- and arrangerring the democrats out. and latinos and the back. and so, in -- >> a long time ago you are talking about. >> well. lou: 2016. >> 2013 that happened. in texas you could register to vote for a gun, but you could
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not register for school. >> there are millions of americans just as well meaning as you and pure of heart as you, perhaps not as able of mind but most of us believe in the second amendment and want to hold possess, irons as our constitution at right. >> that 1965, blacks got the right to vote for the first time. lou: i was there, i want you were. >> 18-year-old who went to vietnam could not vote. we have sceni scenic panding -- expanding, when you lose, accept the consequences. trish: well. lou: what are the choices. you are saying bernie supporters. >> hillary and trump will be the choices.
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trump has done some things, in ways that makes europe tremble . idea of a 2000 mile wall in mexico. trish: all right. you know we're living through incredibly challenging times, i want to point out something that happened. during that moment of silence, that moment of silence, someone started yelling black lives matter. i would like your reacted. >> please help me in honor of all of american fallen officers, with moment of silence. >> black lives matter.
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trish: you know as this nation trying to heal as we try to work together to ensure that we have safety in our communities, police are very much a part of that. how do you reconcile when you heard there tonight during that moment of silence. >> some of the wounds are deep, it takes some time, we. we discourage it. some people. they lost their babies intos ground, many shot in the back. we know that it was found on camera. those who did shooting were reported with no consequences. a horrible moment of the in case of texas, dallas and baton rouge. to shoot down police to was coldblooded and wrong.
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we have to break the cycle of killing. we must make that decision. lou: interesting you say that, i have been covering these long time, some of the biggest over course of past 40 years, i don't see democratic leaders, and republican leaders coming together, with leaders of african-american community, i see a lot of political activism but if is all partisan based and driven. i see many of the same statistics talk about the unemployment of african-american youth, young black males. and the education, opportunities that are just simply in many communities, by the way not african-american communities although they are part of it, but in community across the nation, because we not committed to a public education.
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and i hear -- i have been hearing the same commen complaint for 40 years, why have we not seen progres. >> we have not made it a priority. lou: baltimore had a black power structure for nearly a half century. >> police and firemen who work there don't live there they don't have a tax base there. in this state, -- 5 20,000 have records. record. lou: who are teacher unions that are permitting such a thing to happen, who are the black leaders who -- let it happen, neighborhood leaders. >> jobs. lou: federal program. >> that is a piece of it. lou: it has been our history for 40 years.
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>> i will they do work. >> all right. >> federal government, we accept federal government when it involves subsidies but not when it involves medicaid. i'm glad to be with you. trish: we're glad to have you here. there are serious challenges that we're facing here as a nation, many of which are socio economic. and you know, communities, just not spending this money the way they should, otherwise you would start to see a better situation in the -- >> trump says he may -- trish: i have to get out. to connell. reporter: always good to have a veteran speech writer with
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you. for secretary clinton tonight, a lot of pressure some would say, but most important thing is crafting a speech like this. >> for hillary, 30 years of being in the public eye, has to let people know a new side of her, they don't know her well enough yet, she has to have a speech that is optimistic after trump's negative speech last week. and she has to take on trump a little bit too, and hit him hard. that is negative part. then there positive part. reporter: i noticed that the room is set up differently tonight. there are so many people in it but for more open displays of patriotism, flags all over the place, behind us, they said no more war, protest or mixing with the patriotic american flags. what do you make of way that room is set up, with the way that nominee is speaking.
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>> there we had two days of team talking about trump, and talking about hillary, and tonight we're focusing more on the patriotic aspect. but remember, that things have turned, democratic party is becoming party that is more respectful of military, donald trump said, he will make sure that military they do more tortures military folks say we're not doing that, trump thinks he knows more, that he knows more than military guys, i think hillary is more respectful of military than donald trump is. reporter: one thing i would say that leon panetta had trouble yesterday, getting booed and what have you. >> i can't actio i explain how ridiculous for some people in audience to behave the way they do, and drown out the speeches, that is absurd. you heard 1200 people yell usa and 300 people protesting. >> thank you. >> all right. thank you so much.
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♪ trish: all right welcome back, we're live in philadelphia, it is the fourth and final night of the democratic national convention. we have you covered here on fox business, hillary clinton about to layout her vision for the future, we'll hear from her daughter, chelsea clinton. i tell you there is one thing that donald trump does not think he will hear from hillary clinton. >> start looking at this kind of a number that will be a number that will match most of
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the other numbers that we have which are so catastrophic. only thing we have is fact we have low interest rates, we're not paying as much as you would pay on this tremendous aim of debt. we have to be very, very careful. we have a very traged fragile situation. trish: trump, handling business and budget that is what makes him fit to get a handle on our debt that we have as a nation. let's see what john paul has to say about that good to see you. >> love you, a good point that donald brought up, we have a nation, that is almost 20 trillion in debt, we used to be 5 trillion, that is worrisome, i don't think they are addressing it because, they address here are new problem we put in to effect that racing a debt, they
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program about we take that 1%, and and 7 1/2 years, it's to 35 now about 48%, they are not talking about debt raising and doing more things this is wrong. another thing that hillary has to watch is, bernie sanders for his campaign, kept saying to everyone, hillary is status d quote, nothing -- status quo, nothing it going to change if she is elected. bernie changed his mind for whatever the reason, but people have not forgotten, that hillary ha to let people know, here is why i am different. she cannot put down obama administration because they are supporting her, but she has to let people know, i am going to did things differently, and here is how i do it people like the chinese and others will own our bonds and our country.
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she has to do, that donald is right on that one. trish: that is a big issue. does not seem as though it is sustain able for us to continue on the path we're on. but you brought up something important that is she needs to establish herself as different from barack obama. it seems as though. >> so true. trish: we heard from speaker after speaker after speaker, that thin are good, america is in decent shape, barack obama, really paints a very positive on picture of this country, we are stand economically, just last night. you know, i made this point to lenny earlier, i questioned, if she continues on that political spin, that sounds nice, will see risk will she risk being out of touch with how every day americans feel? >> you have that one right, i was watching speeches last night, i am an independent but
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i watch the democrats and republicans alike, bloomberg was only one that was not self serving. everyone else was a democrat in the parties or family member or whatever. he pointed out, that hillary in the past has united democrats and republicans, hillary, has a chance to explain how you did and and why it was not done in last 7 1/2 years. what you can do it change that. if you are elected president. that is how it should be addressed. without knock the present administration that would be difficult. trish: it is tricky. she needs his help, he promised he will spend the mole montwhole month of october campaigning for her. and she needs him to help her unite the party, you are right, it is a tight rope, we'll watch that speech
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carefully, thank you, john. >> thank you, my pleasure. >> thank you, 20 years ago president bill clinton declared the era of big government over, tonight, his wife is expected to promise more from the government, much, much more, we'll talk about it right after this. you pay your car insurance premium like clockwork.
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>> we know, we have worked to give american people a smaller les bureaucratic people in washington, the era of big government is over.
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trish: wow, what a difference 20 years makes, bill clinton in 1996, his wife, hillary clinton, is expected to get up on stage, right here behind us, in just a short amount of time to promote virtues of big government. with me now, steve forbes, david asman and lou dobbs. david, is it because he had to? he was not getting anything through unless he worked with republicans. >> answer -- trish: the clintons in their core are big government people. >> well, i would say in his core, bill clinton is a pragmatist. he will do what he will do to remain in power, he did work with republicans, he worked with them on a whole range of issues. from welfare reform to getting think about under control, i
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think he meant at that moment those words, the key is, hillary clinton has for a long time had in her gut, her soul a commit tom big government that runs contrary to the statement that bill clinton made back then. she, even now, she talks about although so-called fr free things, we know they are never free, we pay for them in taxes, she will grow the government, did the opposite of what bill clinton said we should do as a country. trish: steve forbes, thinking back to hillary care, she had plans for a universal type health care program way back then. you listen to a speech she gave a graduation, that shows her commitment to big government. steve, if hillary clinton wins presidency of u.s., what will that mean. >> she has no inevitabler in
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-- inner bill trying to get out, people saying she has been pushed too the left because of bernie sanders. she did not mind being pushed to the left, a lot of people think she is pragmatic at her core. i think her real core is leftist, you key is with healthcare. and capital gains tax, investment is the key to this country future, private tech sorry peoplsector people create resources not government. trish: i come at it, i feel like i don't know, who hillary clinton really is. is h she the bilge government person that everyone seems to suggestion? or you know, is she someone who will try to move to the center? i think part of the problem with hillary clinton is he don'we don't know her.
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>> that is part of what this cop haven'ttion ha -- convention has been struggling with, for 4nights. it is more than passing strange that a woman who has been in the public eye for basically 40 years, is in midst of an overhaul in the democratic national convention, trying to present a more palatable image, i for one am -- i can't wait to hear her speech. trish: we see so many different hillaries, some even have a southern accent. stay with me, connell you are seeing protests here on the floor. reporter: we made our way to top of california delegation. lights went down on us.
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i don't know if you can see me, the place that california delegation where we have seen most robust form of protest this week, people moments ago, that is why i came here, general allen was speaking, loud chants of no more war. in camera on, they are choosing to sit down, before they were staning up, all hillary signs are up, trying to block everyone from getting here. it has been difficult to get -- explain what the process here and point? >> on issue of tpp . fracking and on war. we don't want to continue the war all over the world, all over you know, i think during the len of that speech, that general gave, i think probably 2 to 3 veterans committed suicide if we go by statistics, we're sick of unnecessary wars. and money, so treasure and you
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know soldiers that are being taken by that. reporter: a bernie sanders contingent you can tell, as mrs. clinton comes up will spapts continu chants continue. >> yes, we talk about those issues war, she voted for the iraq war. as secretary of state, she supported crew in honduras, and armed sale across the world. and she is pr promoting tpp and fracking. reporter: are you trying to interrupt her speech is that the goal? >> we have issues with those that she is approving, there might be a chance. reporter: is this coordinated with other -- for example on other side, i think oregon, i saw people staning up? is it coordinated or is it coming up by itself? >> it is a little bit
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organically, start here maybe there. >> we saw lights go down here, than. we saw that happens trish during general allen's remarks . you were interviews reverend jackson. he was the full of pa patriotism in his remarks, people in the crowd were waving the american flags. but this section, no more war, what we saw yesterday, we'll watch. trish: okay. there is still a lot of different factions here, bernie sanders supporters are still hanging on. katy perry is on stage right now. as we said be they do put on a hick of a show, katy perry talking to audience. hopefully hear muhs 4 music from her, hillary clinton came out with a tweet, about on head out, and accept your nomination for president. i am so grateful to everyone
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♪ >> katy perry the superstar this
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convention onstage right now singing, performing. the whole crowd is holding up these lights and swinging emotion to the song. lou dobbs are you a katy perry fan? lou: zero absolutely. she's terrific. >> you know the song? lou: i've got a clue. trish: some of those i know but not this one. people seem to like it. she is a flag on the microphone there. chelsea clinton is going to be coming out taking the stage in a moment. she will be introducing her mother. this is the second song that katy perry is performing here tonight. i'm here alongside lou dobbs, kennedy, david asman.
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kennedy with her music background is a great one to talk to about all of this. kennedy, it's tremendous when you see the star power they have been able to bring out. the hollywood actors, the musicians that have really gotten the crowd revved up. there's a lot of -- candidate will be joining us in a moment to kennedy of course has a tremendous music background. but david, i know this song. you know the song. >> i can't believe that lou knows that song. trish: the packaging, how important is that? >> it's very important. this is a celebrity culture and going back to the kennedys, who of course have the stars of the time, the frank sinatra's etc.. celebrities when ronald reagan
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came into power 20 years later switched to the republican side, a lot of them did. frank sinatra did. who knows maybe 20 years katy perry will be singing at a republican convention. hope springs eternal. trish: kennedy is joining us right now. one of the things that hillary clinton did was reach out to young women and some of these celebrities like katy perry could help on that front. kennedy: if women shopped about that i have my doubts if you are such a huge katy perry fan that you will be influenced by her political choices, that your musical selections will somehow correlate to you driving are getting a ride to a polling place. i will be shocked that i'm an optimist. i loved katy perry. i thought she looked fantastic and she founded -- sounded amazing. lou: total agreement and she did
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a heel click as she exited the stage, little bonus for katy perry. trish: she's an incredible performer and i loved her american flag microphone. kennedy: i said the same thing. quite a few flags in the audience tonight. these were not spontaneous flags. they were marching them to the backstage area. kennedy: i'm so sorry. trish: we are looking at a live picture coming to a bill clinton on the convention floor. chelsea clinton will be coming to the stage at any minute to introduce her mother. she is -- has led an interesting and i would imagine a fascinating life as a child. now to a politician. and one would think she is also going to be -- lou: here we go. trish:.
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trish: there will be outrage to young women here to get them and is about her mother. chelsea clinton, let's listen in to her. this is a very big moment, obviously to her too the her mother the first to be nominated by a major party. >> thank you, thank you. thank you. it is such an honor for me to be here tonight. i am here a proud american, a proud democrat. it. [applause] >> a proud mother and tonight in particular, a very, very proud daughter. [cheers and applause] mark and i can't quite believe it but our daughter charlotte is nearly two years old. she loves elmo. she loves blueberries and above
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all, she loves-based timing with grandma. my mom can be walking on stage for his speech and at the just as a matter, she will job everything for a few minutes blowing kisses and reading with her granddaughter. that got in applause. our son aden is five and a half weeks old and we are so thankful that he is healthy and thriving and we are a little biased but we think he is just about the cutest baby in the world. a view i'm. sure my mom shares and every day that i spend with charlotte and aden's mother i think about my own mother, my wonderful,
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thoughtful, hull area's mother. [applause] my earliest memory is my mom picking me up after i had fallen down, giving me a big hug and reading meet goodnight moon. from that moment to this one every single memory i have of my mom is that regardless of what was happening in her life, she was always, always there for me. [applause] every soccer game, every softball game, every piano recital, every dance recital, sunday. >> together at church and the local library, countless saturdays. >> finding shapes in the clouds, making up stories about whatwoua triceratops.
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in my opinion the friendliest looking dinosaurs, although my mom would always remind me they were still dinosaurs. as a kid i was pretty obsessed with dinosaurs and the day that my parents took me to dinosaur national park i didn't think life could get any better. whenever my mom was away for for work which thankfully didn't happen very often, she left notes for me to open every day that she was gone, all stacked neatly together in a special drawer with a date on the front of each one so i would know which note to open on which day. when she went to france to learn about the childcare system, i remember one was all about the eiffel tower and another was about the ideas she hoped to bring home to help the kids.
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i treasured each and every one of those notes. they were another reminder that i was always in her thoughts and in her heart. growing up, conversations around the dinner table always started with what i learned in school that day very do remember one week talking incessantly about a book that captured my imagination, a wrinkle in time. only after my parents had listened to me would they then talk about what they were working on, education, health care, what was consuming their days in keeping them up at night. i love to my parents me to have opinions and to be able to back them up with facts. [applause] i never once doubted that my
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parents cared about my thoughts and my ideas, and i always, always knew how deeply they loved me. that feeling of being valued and loved, that is what my mom once for every child. [cheers and applause] it is the calling of her life. my parents raised me to know how lucky i was, that i never had to worry about food on the table, that i never had to worry about a good school to go to, that i've never had to worry about a safe neighborhood to play in. and they taught me to care about what happens in our world and to do whatever i could to change what frustrated me, what fell wrong. they taught me that is a
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responsibility that comes with being smiled on. [applause] i know my kids are a little young and i am already trying to instill those same values in them. [applause] there is something else that my mother taught me. public service is about service. [applause] as her daughter, i have had a special window into how she serves. i have seen her holding the hands of mothers, worried about how they will feed their kids, worried about getting them the health care they need. i've seen my mother promising to do everything she could to help. i have seen her right after those conversations getting straight to work, figuring out
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what she could do, who could cheat good call, how fast she could get results. she always feels like there is in the moment to lose, because she knows that for that mother, for that family, there isn't. [applause] and i have also seen her at the low points, like the summer of 1994. several people this week have talked about her fight for universal health care. [applause] i sighed up close. it was bruising, it was exhausting. she filed her heart out and as all of you know, she lost. for me, then 14 years old it was pretty tough to watch, but my
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mom, she was amazing. she took a little time to replenish her spirit, family movie night's definitely helped. dad, as all of you know, likes police academy. my mom and i loved "pride and prejudice." [applause] and then she just got right back to work because she believed she could make a difference for kids [applause] people ask me all the time, how did she do it? how does she keep going amid the sounds and the fury of politics? here is how. it's because she never, ever forgets who she is fighting for.
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[applause] she has worked to make it easier for foster kids to be adopted, for our 9/11 first responders to get the health care they deserved, for the women around the world to be safe, to be treated with dignity, and to have more opportunities. [cheers and applause] fights like these, they are what keep my mother going. they grabbed her heart tender conscience and they never, ever let go. [applause] that is to my mom is. she is a listener and a doer. she is a woman driven by compassion, by faith, by a fierce sense of justice and a
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heart full of love. so, this november i am voting for a woman whose my role model as a mother and as an advocate, a woman who has. >> her entire life fighting for families and children. i am voting for the progressives who will protect our planet from climate change and our communities from gun violence. [cheers and applause] who will perform our criminal justice system, and who knows that women's rights are human rights. [cheers and applause] and who knows that lgbt rights are human rights. [applause] here at home and around the world. i am voting for a fighter who
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never, ever gives up. and who believes that we can always do better when we come together and we worked together. [cheers and applause] i hope that my children will someday be as proud of me as i am of my mom. [applause] i am so grateful to be her daughter. i am so grateful that she is charlotte and aden's ran mother. she makes me proud every single day. [applause] and mom, grandma would be so, so proud of you tonight. [cheers and applause] to everyone watching here and at
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home, i know with all my heart, that my mother will make us proud as our next president. this is the story of my mother, hillary clinton. [cheers and applause] >> chelsea cliinton dare reintroducing her mother to america as hillary clinton who could possibly wind up being the daughter of not one but two presidents, hillary clinton gets elected. lou: wouldn't that be something? trish: lou his ear and kennedy is here and david asman is with us as well. lou: i thought she did very well. i have to say, two young children standing up there, being asked to represent her mother through this convention
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with a new perspective and a woman who is obviously trying very hard to be as powerful as possible and target a few heartstrings as well. clinically i would have liked to pick up the pace a bit. on the other hand i thought she did a very good job. trish: hillary clinton now a grandmother can relate to many women on that level. it was nice kennedy at the end saying mom, grandma would be so proud. kennedy: there are universal things in their, it's actually the best humanizing moment because they were very subtle but also -- lou: so did grampus. kennedy: this is all about women though. lou: i'm sure you get that
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theme. trish: bill clinton normally he is such a showman when he knows he's on camera and he is jacking it up even when he's not saying anything that he was so nervous. you could tell he was proud and nervous at the same time. he wanted her to do so well and the look in his eyes, i don't think it was intentional. it's not easy although i would say she grew up around politics so she certainly his experience in watching her own parents get up there and speak and probably has done a fair amount as well. david asman, we are looking forward to hearing from her mother of course in a few moments. what do you anticipate hillary clinton will do and say on the stage tonight? >> i think we heard part of it just now which is she is going to have to try to humanize yourself the way that chelsea just humanize her as a mother and a grandmother and as a daughter at the end.
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i mean, the problem with hillary as we all know is she comes across as a little cold and not as a warm normal person that you would like to be around in this whole attempt to think really beginning early in the week by some of the early speakers to humanize, to use kennedy's words, think kennedy's words are right on the mark trying to humanize her. they have to talk about her comp which meant. she has got probably the best resume on the universe but when you put her resume against her accomplishments i think a lot of americans things she comes up short. whether they can address that is a whole other question and if she is able to convince us that she has real accomplishments she gets in a. trish: steve forbes aside from resumes i think a lot of tonight is about getting americans to like her. steve we talked about likability and fall politics.
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how critical is that for her right now? >> likeability is another word for trust. if you like somebody you figure that somebody can put your trust and so that's the core issue. she also has to show tonight that she can do things into critical areas, first making us safer around the world. people feel the world is falling apart and on the economy what is she going to do differently to get us out of the rut we are in today? she has to be careful and she will hint at it that this will be a test of her political skills to show that she's faithful to obama, got to keep the face there but she's got to do things differently to get america as john kennedy said moving again. trish: well, ain't that the truth? earlier in the night we heard that we would hear specifics from her.
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we want to hear a lot of specifics about getting people back to work in specifics about fighting isis. can hillary clinton delivered those? you will find out next, hillary clinton will accept the democratic nomination for president. we are back right after this in philly. [announcer] is it a force of nature? or a sales event? the summer of audi sales event is here. get up to a $5,000 bonus on select audi models.
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lou if you look at the recent polls in donald trump now has really shown he is going to be one tough guy to beat. lou: i think any people are surprised certainly his criticsn has raised his favorability as diminished his unfavorables and has reached arguably the lead in the race according to the realclearpolitics polls running five of the last six polls. is there a market will turn around. by the way that knowledge is terminating in this room. it's making a lot of people here very, very nervous along with what has happened to the party itself, bernie sanders and so on. trish: kennedy so many people said he would never get the nomination, he would never get anywhere and they still are essentially laughing at him here on stage are painting him as the devil reincarnated. do you think they are taking him
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more seriously, that this party is taking him more seriously seriously and bandaged and the actual threat of him reinventing how politics is done quite. kennedy: as long as he has a poisonous party and he does, you can tell by the vocal supporters from alaska and oregon and washington who have been flashing messages to each other all night with their phones. that's how they knew to coordinate the no more wars chant. bernie sanders supporters were flashing their phones sending text messages and coordinating all of that is they are very much working together. she has to reach out to them and she has to reach out to independent voters who are very much worried about the economy, very much worried about national security. can she do all of that in one speech at the same time coming across as a likeable and trustworthy person? that's a huge order.
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they have got to be in her case a mother, a grandmother, a wife, a caring person, someone who is tough on foreign policy foreign policy and somebody can fix via con me. in some ways donald trump doesn't pretend to be anything he is not. i suppose he recognizes his shortcomings. >> that's why he's so successful. with all of his faults we see his images up close. he doesn't try to hide them. he's out there with you he is. we were talking by the way, when you are talking i heard the president's voice behind you in the movie they were running through the one thing this convention is proved is that democrats don't get something specific. the president was telling the economy -- the audience the economy was doing just fine. only 17% agree with that point. granted the president is popular right now great for him but the fact is many in that convention hall don't get the fact that
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only 17% of the american people think the economy is okay. if she doesn't get it, she won't be president. trish: well i think it's an important thing she needs to effectively distinguish herself on the she would be different, that it wouldn't be a continuation because if that's what she's promising americans are going to say no thank you. chelsea cliinton now introducing her mother. >> and our next president, hillary clinton. [applause] ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] ♪
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[cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] ♪ >> thank you.
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thank you so much. [cheers and applause] thank you, thank you all so much. thank you. thank you. [cheers and applause] thank you. thank you all very, very much. thank you for that amazing welcome. thank you all for the great convention that we have had. [cheers and applause]
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and chelsea, thank you. [applause] i am so proud to be your mother, and so proud of the woman you have become. [applause] thank you for bringing mark into our family and charlotte and aden into the world. and bill, that conversation we have started in the law library 45 years ago. [applause] it is still going strong. [chanting] hillary, hillary,. >> you know that conversation that lasted through good times that filled us with joy and hard times and i have even gotten a
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few words and along the way. [applause] on tuesday night, i was so happy to see that my explainer in chief is still on the job. [applause] i am also grateful to the rest of my family and to the friends of a lifetime, for all of you whose hard work brought us here tonight and to those of you who joined this campaign this week, thank you. what a remarkable week it's been. [applause] we heard the man from hope, bill clinton and a man of hope, barack obama. [cheers and applause]
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america is stronger because of president obama's leadership and i am better because of his friendship area. [cheers and applause] we heard from our terrific vice president, the one and only joe biden. [applause] he spoke from his big hard about our party's commitment working people, as only he can do and own -- first lady michelle obama reminded us -- [applause] [cheers and applause] that our children are watching and the president we elect is going to be their president too. and for those of you out there who are just getting to know tim kaine.
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[applause] you will soon understand why the people of virginia keep promoting him from city council and mayor to governor and now senator, and he will make our whole country proud as our vice president. [cheers and applause] and i want to thank bernie sanders. [cheers and applause] [chanting] bernie, bernie.
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>> bernie, your campaign inspired millions of americans, particularly that young people whose through their hearts and souls into the primary. [applause] you put economics and social justice issues front and center where they belong. [applause] into all of your supporters here and around the country, i want you to know, i heard you. your cause is our cause. [applause] our country needs your ideas, energy and passion. that is the only way we can turn our progressive platform into real change for america. [cheers and applause]
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we wrote it together, now let's go out and make it happen together. [cheers and applause] my friends, we have come to philadelphia, the birthplace of our nation, because what happened in the city 240 years ago still has something to teach us today. we all know the story, but we usually focus on how it turned out and not enough on how close that story came to never being written at all. when representatives from 13 unruly colonies that just down the road from here, some wanted to stick with the king and some
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wanted to stick it to the king. the revolution hung in the balance and somehow they began listening to each other, compromising, finding common purpose. [applause] and by the time they left philadelphia, they had begun to see themselves as one nation. that is what made it possible to stand up to a king. that took courage. they had courage. our founders embraced the enduring truths that we are stronger together. [applause] now america is once again at a moment of reckoning, powerful
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forces are threatening to pull us apart. bonds of trust and respect are fraying. and just as with our founders, there are no guarantees. it truly is up to us. we have to decide whether we will all work together so we can all rise together. [cheers and applause] our country's motto is e pluribus unum, out of many we are one. will we stayed true to that motto could? we heard donald trump's at his convention. he wants to divide us from the
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world and each other. he said the perils of today's world will blind us to its unlimited promise. he has taken the republican party a long way from mourning in america to midnight in america. he wants us to fear the future and fear each other. well, you know, a great democratic resident franklin eleanor roosevelt came up with the perfect rebuke to trump more than 80 years ago during a much more perilous time. the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. [cheers and applause] now, we are clear-eyed about what our country is up against.
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but we are not afraid. we will rise to the challenge, just as we always have. we will not build a wall. instead, we will build an economy where everyone who wants a good job can get one. [cheers and applause] and we will build a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants who are already contributing to our economy. [cheers and applause] we will not and a religion. we will work with all americans and our allies to fight and defeat terrorism. [cheers and applause] yet we know there is a lot to do too many people haven't had a
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pay raise since the crash. there is too much inequality, too little social mobility, too much paralysis in washington. too many threats at home and abroad, but just look for a minute at the strength we bring as americans to meet these challenges. we have the most dynamic and diverse people in the world. [cheers and applause] we have the most tolerant and generous young people we have ever had. [cheers and applause] we have the most powerful military, the most innovative entrepreneurs, the most enduring values, freedom and equality, justice and opportunity. we should be so proud that those words are associated with us.
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[chanting] hillary, hillary, hillary. >> i have to tell you as your secretary of state, i went to 112 countries. when people hear those words, so, don't let anyone tell you that our country is weak. we are not. don't let anyone tell you we don't have what it takes. we do. and most of all, don't believe anyone who says, i alone can fix it fix it. [applause] yes, those were actually donald trump's words in cleveland, and
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they should set off alarm bells for all of us. really, i alone can fix fix it? isn't he forgetting troops on the front frontlines, police officers and firefighters who ran toward danger, doctors and nurses who care for us, teachers who change lives, entrepreneurs who take responsibilities and every problem, mothers who have lost children to violence and are building a movement to keep other kids safe. he is forgetting every last one of us. americans don't say i alone can fix fix it. we say, we will fix fix it toge! [cheers and applause]
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and remember, remember our founders for a revolution and wrote a constitution so america would never be a nation where one person had all the power. [applause] 240 years later, we still put our faith in each other. look at what happened in dallas after the assassinations of five raif police officers. police chief david brown asked the community to support his force, maybe even join them. and do you know how the community responded? nearly 500 people applied in just 12 days. [cheers and applause]
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that is how americans answer when the call for help goes out. 20 years ago, i wrote about called, it takes a village. [cheers and applause] a lot of people looked at the title and asked, what the heck do you mean by that? this is what i mean. none of us can raise a family, build a business, gila community or lift a country totally alone. [applause] american needs everyone of us to land our energy, our talents, our ambitions to making our nation better and stronger. i believe that with all my heart. that is why a stronger together is not just a lesson from our
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history, it's not just a slogan for our campaign, it's a guiding principle for the country we have always been and the future we are going to build. a country where the economy works for everyone, not just those at the top. [cheers and applause] where you can get a good job and send your kids to a good school, no matter what zip zip code you live in. a country where all our children can dream and those dreams are within reach, for families are strong, communities are safe and yes, where love trumps hate. [cheers and applause] [applause]
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that's the country and we are fighting for, that's the future we are working toward. and so my friends, it is with humility, determination and boundless confidence in america's promise that i accept your nomination for president of the united states. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause]
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>> now,. [chanting] now sometimes, sometimes the people at this podium are new to the national stage. as you know, i am not one of those people. [cheers and applause] i have been your first lady, served eight years as a senator from the great state of new york [cheers and applause] then i represented all of you as secretary of state. [cheers and applause] but my job titles only tell you what i have done. they don't tell you why.
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the truth is, through all these years of public service, the service part has always come easier to me than the public part. i get it, that some people just don't know what to make of me. so, let me tell you, the family i am from, while no one has their name on big buildings, my family were builders of a different kind, builders and the way most american families are. they use whatever tools they had , whatever god gave them and whatever life in america provided them and build better lives and better features for their kids. my grandfather worked in the same scranton lace mill for 50 years. [applause]
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because he believed that if he gave everything he had, his children would have a better life than he did and he was right. my dad made it to college. he played football at penn state and enlisted in the navy after pearl harbor. when the war was over, he started his own small business, printing fabric for draperies. i remember watching him stand for hours over silk screens. he wanted to give my brothers and me opportunities he never had, and he did. my mother dorothy was abandoned by her parents as a young girl. she ended up on her own at 14 working as a housemaid. she was saved by the kindness of others. her first grade teacher saw she
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had nothing to eat at lunch and brought extra food to share the entire year. the lessons she passed on to me years later stuck with me. no one gets through life alone. we have to look out for each other and lift each other up, and she made sure i learned the words from our methodist faith, do all the good you can for all the people you can and in all the ways you can, as long as ever you can. [cheers and applause] so i went to work for the children's defense fund, going door-to-door in new bedford, massachusetts. [cheers and applause] on behalf of children with disabilities who were denied the chance to go to school. i remember meeting a young girl in a wheelchair on a small back porch of her house.
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she told me how badly she wanted to go to school. it just didn't seem possible in those days, and i couldn't stop thinking of my mother and what she had gone through as a child. it became clear to me that simply caring is not enough. to drive real progress you have to change both hearts and laws. you need both understanding and action. so we gathered back, we built a coalition and our work helped convince congress to ensure access to education are all students with disabilities. it's a big idea, isn't it? every kid with a disability has the right to go to school. [cheers and applause] but how? how do you make an idea like that real?
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you do it step-by-step, year by year, sometimes even door by door. my heart just swelled when i saw anastacia representing millions of young people on this stage. [applause] because we changed our laws to make sure she got an education. so it's true, whether we are talking about the exact level of lead in the drinking water in flint, michigan, the number of mental health facilities in iowa or the cost of your prescription drugs. because it's not just a detail if it's your kid, if it's your family. it's a big deal and it should be a big deal to your president xi.
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[applause] after the four days of this convention, you have seen some of the people who have inspired me, people who let me into their lives and became a part of mine, people like ryan moore and lauren manning. they told their stories tuesday night. i first met ryan is a 7-year-old. he was wearing a full body brace. must have weighed 40 pounds because i leaned over to lift him up. children like ryan who kept me going when our plan for universal health care fails and kept me working with leaders of both parties to help create the children's health insurance program that covers 8 million kids in our country. [cheers and applause]
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lauren manning who stood here with such grace and power was gravely injured on 9/11. it was the thought of her and debbie st. john who you saw in the movie and john dolan and joe sweeney and all the victims and survivors that kept me working as hard as i could in the senate on behalf of 9/11 families and our first responders who got sick from their time at ground zero. i was thinking of lauren, debbie and all the others 10 years later in the white house situation room when president obama made the courageous decision t in this campaign i met many more people who motivate me to keep fighting, with your help, i will
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carry your voices and stories with me to the white house. [cheers and applause] and you heard you heard some -- from republicans and independents who are supporting our campaign, i will be. for all nose who vote for me and for those who don't. for all americans together. [cheers and applause] tonight we have reached a milestone in our nation's march toward a more perfect union. the first time that a major
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party has nominated a woman for president. [cheers and applause] standing here as my mother's daughter, and my daughter's mother, i am so happy this day has come. i'm happy for grandmothers, and little girls, and everyone in between, i am happy for boys, and men, because when any barrier falls in america, it clears the way for everyone. [cheers and applause]
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after all when there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit. so let's keep going. let's keep going until every one of the 161 million women and girls across america has the opportunity, she deserves to have. but even more important, than the history we make tonight, is the history we will write together in the years ahead. let's begin with what we're going to do to help working people in our country get ahead and stay ahead. now i don't think that president obama and vice president biden get the credit they deserve for saving us from the worst economic crisis of our lifetime.
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our economy is so much stronger than when they took office, nearly 15 million new private sector jobs, 20 million more americans with health insurance, and an auto industry that just had its best year ever. now that is real progress, but none of us can be satisfied with the status quo. not by a long shot, we're still facing deep seeded problem that developed long before the recession, and stayed with us through the recovery. i have gone acrown the country talking too working families i have heard from many who feel like the economy is not working for them, some are you are frustrated. even furious.
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and you know what, you are right. it not yet working the way it should. americans are willing to work and work hard. but right now, a lot of people feel there is less and less respect for the work they do, and less respect for them, period. democrats we are the party of working people. but we have not done a good enough job showing we get what do something torough. help. so tonight, i want to tell you, how we will empower americans to live better lives. my primary mission as president will be to create more opportunity and more good jobs with rising wages, right here in the united states.
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from my first day in office to my last, in places that for too long have been left out and left behind. from our inner-cities to our small towns, from indian country to coal country. from communities ra community ry addict. here is what i believe, i believe america thrives when the middle class thre thrives, i bet our democracy not working watt e way it should. that is why we need to appoint supreme court justices who will get money out of politics and expand votes rights, not restrict them.
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and if necessary we will pass a constitutional amendment to overturn citizens united. i believe american corporations that have gotten so much from our country, should be just as patriotic in return. many of them are. but too many aren 't. it is wrong to take tax breaks with one hand, and give out pink slips with the other. and i believe wall street can never ever be allowed to wreck main street again.
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and i believe in science. i believe climate change is real. and that we could save your planet while creating millions of good paying clean energy jo jobs. i believe that when we have millions of hard working immigrants, contributing to our economy, it would be self defeating and inhumane to try to kick them out. comprehensive immigration reform, will grow our economy and keep families together. it is the right thing to do. so whatever party you belong to
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or if you belong to no party, if you share these beliefs this is your campaign. [cheers and applause] if you believe that companies should share profits, not pad executive bonuses, join us. if you believe that minimum wage should be a living wage, no one working full time should have to raise their children in poverty, join us. if you believe that every man, woman and child in america has the right to affordable health care, join us. if you believe that we should say no to unfair trade deals, that we should stand up to
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china, that we should support our steel workers and auto workers and home flown homegrown manufacturers, then join us. if you believe we should expand social security and protect a woman's right to make her own health care decision, then join us. and yes, yes, if you believe that your working mother, wife, sister or daughter deserves equal pay, join us. that is how we're going to make sure this economy works for everyone, not just those ats
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top. you done hear any of this did you from donald trump, at his convention. he spoke for 70 odd minutes,. and i do mean odd. and he offered zero solutions. but we already know he doesn't believe these things. no wonder he doesn't like talking about his plans. you might have noticed i love talking about mine. in my first hundred days we will work with both parties to pass the biggest investment in new paying jobs since world war ii. jobs in manufacturing, clean energy, technology and innovation, small business and infrastructure.
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if we invest in infrastructure now, we'll not only create jobs today, but lay the foundation for the jobs of the future. and we will also transform the way we prepare our young people for those jobs. bernie sanders and i will work together to make college tuition free for the middle class, and debt free-for-all. we will also liberate millions of people who already have student debt. it's just not right that donald trump can ignore his debt and students and families condition -- can't refinishe finance thei,
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something we don't say often enough, sure college is crucial, but a 4 year degree should not be the only path to a good job. we will help more people learn a skill. or practice a trade, and make a good living doing it. we will give small businesses like my dad's a boost. make it easier to get credit. way too many dreams die in the patching lots of banks, in america if you can dream it, you should be able to build it. we'll help you balance family and work. you know what, if fighting for affordable child care, and paid family leave is playing the woman card, then deal me in.
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now here is the other thing, now we're not only going to make all of these investments, we're going to pay for every single one of them, here is how. wall street, corporations, and the super rich, are going to start paying their fair share of taxes. this is not because we recent success. but when more than 90% of the gains have gone to the top 1%,
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that is where the money is. and we are going to follow the money. and if companies take tax breaks and shift jobs oversea, we'll make them pay us back, and we'll put that money to work where it belongs, creating jobs here at home. now, i imagine that some of you are sitting at home thinking, well, that sounds pretty good. but how are you going to get it done? how are you going to breakthrough the gridlock in washington? look at my record. i have worked across the aisles to pass laws, and treaties, and launch new programs that help millions of people. if you give me the chance that is what i'll do as president. but then i also imagine people
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are thinking out there, but trump, he is a businessman. he must know something about the economy. well, let's take a closer look, shall we? in atlantic city, 60 miles from here, you will find contractors and small businesses who lost everything because donald trump refused to pay his bills. now remember what the president said last night, don't boo, vo vote. but think of this, people who did the work, and needed the money, not because he could not pay them, but because he would not pay them. he just stiffed them. and you know that sales pitch he is making to be president, put
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your faith in him, and you will win big. that is the same sales pitch he made to those small businesses. and trump walked away. and left working people holding the bag. he also talked a big game about putting america first. well please explain what part of america first leads him to make trump ties in china, not colorado, trump -- in mexico not michigan, trump furniture in turkey not ohio. trump picture frames in india, not wisconsin. donald trump said he wants to make america great again, well he could start by actually making things in america again.
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the choice we face in this election is just as stark when it comes to our national security. you know anyone reading the news can see that threat that turbulence we face from baghdad to kabul tonights, and paris and brussels. from san bernardino to orlando. we're dealing with determined enemies that must be defeated. so it's no wonder that people are anxious, and looking for reassurance, looking for steady leadership. wanting a leader who understands we're stronger when we work with our allies in the world. and care for our veterans here at home.
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keeping our nation safe and honoring the people who do that work will be my highest priority. i am proud that we put a lid on iran's nuclear program without firing a single shot. now we have to enforce it. we must keep supporting israel's security. i'm proud that we shaped a global climate agreement, now we have to hole every country accountable to their commitment including ourselves. i'm proud to stand by our allies in nato against any threat they pace, including from russia.
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i have laid out my strategy for defeating isis, we'll strike their sanctuaries from the air. and support local forces taking them out on the ground. we will sun surge our intelligee to prevent attacks before they happen, disrupt their issue forth to line to reach and radicalize young people in our country. it won't be easy or quick. but make no mistake, we will prevail. now donald trump said, this is a quote, i know more about isis than the generals do. no, donald, you don't. he thinks he knows more than our
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military because he claimed our armed forces are a disaster. well i have had the privilege to work closely with our troops and veteran for many years, including a senator on the armed services committee. i know how wrong he is, our military is a natio national roe toure"nationaltreasure." the decisions about war and peace, life and death. a president should respect the men and women who risk their lives to serve our country. including captain khan and the sons of tim kaine and mike pence both marines. just ask yourself, you really
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think that donald trump has the temperament to become ander in chief. donald trump condition can't even the rough-and-tumble of the presidential campaign. he loses his cool at the slightest provocation, he has a tough question, from a reporter, when he is challenged in a debates, and sees a propest or r at a rally, imagine, if you dare, imagine him in the oral office facing a real crisis. a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.
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i can't put it any better than jackie kennedy did after the cuban missile crisis issue he said that what worried president kennedy during that dangerous time, was that a war might be started not by big men with self-control and restraint. but by little men the ones moved by fear and pride. america's strength does not come from lashing out, it relies on smarts, judgment, cool resolve, and being precise and strategic, application of power and that is the kind of commander in chief i pledge to be. if we're serious about keep our country safe, we also can't
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afford to have a president who is in the pocket of the gun lobby. i'm not here to repeal the second amendment. i'm not here to take away your guns. i just don't want you to be shot by someone who should not have a gun in the first place. we will work tirelessly with responsible gun owners to pass common sense reforms and keep guns out of the hands of criminals, terrorists, and all others who would do us harm. you know for decades people have
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said that this issue of too hard to solve. and politicians to hot to touch but i ask you, how can we just stand by and do nothing? you heard, you saw, family members of people killed by gun violence on this stage. you heard you saw family members of police officers, killed in the line of duty, because they were out gunned by criminals. i refuse to believe that we can't find common ground here. we have to heal the divides in our country, not just on guns but on race, immigration, and more. [cheers and applause] and that starts with listening, listening to each other, trying as best we can to walk in each
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other's shoes. let's put ourselves in the shoes of young black and latino men and women who face the affect of systemic racism. and are made to feel like their lives are disposable. let's put ourselves in the shoes of police officers, kissing their kids and spouses good-bye every day. heading off to do a dangerous and necessary job. we will reform our criminal justice system from end to end. and rebuild trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve. and we will defend all our rights, civil rights, human rights, and voting rights, women's rights and worker's
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rights, and lgbt rights, and the rights of people with disabilities. we the stand up against mean and divisive rhetoric wherever it comes from. you know for the past year, many people made the mistake of laughing off donald trump's comments. excusing him as an entertainer putting on a show. they thought he could not possibly mean all of the horrible things he says, he called women, pigs or said that an american judge could not be fair because of his mexican heritage. or he mocked a reporter with a a -- disability or insults prisoners of war, like john
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mccain, at first, i admit, i could not believe he meant it either. it was just too hard to fathom. that someone who wants to lead our nation could say those things. could be like that. but here is the sad truth, there is no other donald trump. this is it. in the end, it comes down to what donald trump doesn't get. america is great because america is good. [cheers and applause] so enough with the bigotry and the donald trumpa not offering real change, he is offering empty promises, what are we offering? a bold agenda to improve the lives of people across our
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country, too keep you safe, get you jobs, to give your kids the find they deserve, the choice is cheer, my friends, every generation of americans has come together to make our country freer, fairer and stronger. none of us ever have or can do it alone. i know that at a time when so much seems to be pulling us apart, it can be hard to imagine how we're pull together, i am here to tell you, progress is possible. because i've seen it in the lives of people across america who get knocked down and get right back up. i know it for my own life. more than a few times i've had to pick myself up and just get back in the game.
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[applause]. like so much else in my life i got this for my mother also. she never let me back down from any challenge. and i tried to hide she literally blocked the door, go back out there she said she was right you have to stand up to bullies. even when the odds are long and the opposition is fierce. we lost our mother a few years ago. and i still hear her voice urging me to keep working to keep fighting for right no matter what. that's what we need to do together as a nation. and though we may not live to see the glory let us gladly
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join the fight let our legacy be about planting seeds in a garden you never get to see. that's why we are here not just in this hall but on this earth. the founders showed us that and so had many others since. they were drawn together by love of country and the selfless passion to build something better for all who followed. that is the story of america we begin a new chapter tonight. yes the world is watching what we do yes america and its destiny is ours to choose. so let's be stronger together my fellow americans let's work with courage and confidence. let's build a better tomorrow for our beloved children and our beloved country and when we do america will be greater
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than ever. thank you and may god bless you. and also the united united states of america. [music] [applause].
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>> basking in the glow of this room. you can see her there with her husband. hence maybe the katy perry song. alongside his wife as well. there was a lot of rejoicing there. it was quite a speech. we heard her talking to her family and her parents. and also a lot of proposals
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from her a lot of proposals and quite a critique again of her opponent donald trump. the balloons are coming down and we had flags everywhere as far as you can see. some patriotism here at least it's on display right now. as you watch all of this unfold. >> the colors are terrific. i'm overjoyed to see red white and blue consume the room. she accepted the presidential nomination of her party. it is a magnificent moment for her we are about to be
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pelted. it's a great picture by the way. i think there are more red balloons falling here than blue. i don't know why. here we come. all of the colors together. it is a big moment for her. by the way, they articulated this throughout the week. they never said she wanted to be president as a little girl it's very much something that was in her view. she has always been passionate about policy and trying to help people in her way so this is really a big moment for her and her family. it's what she's been working towards.
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from that little girl now somehow along the way, she came as close as i could've ever imagined. i have to believe that there are shareholders by the millions across the country wondering, they're going after my company. trish: don't you think that they would wish that they could cancel that. and now, all of that money that they have gotten from wall street their thinking we spent all of that money. they know that they want to try to get back.
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once you get to a certain income level just keep giving it away. >> if wealthy people and there are many of them that have been leading the charge to give away vast majority of their fortune in that they want to encourage people to do something like that this is warfare there. if you could do it like that. willingly and eagerly so to the left.
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with the left center candidate. she's talking about social security. she talked about free college for the middle class. how are we going to pay for these things. david, she is ambitious in that she wants everybody to get these handouts but there is a reality out there that you have to have some kind of money to pay for it all. she said she has a solution. she will tax everybody in every corporation more. it gives us the economy that we have although growing at an even slower rate if that is possible without going into recession. he's 100% right. you are absolutely right there
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was nothing in this speech at all about making it easier or less expensive for businesses to be created or do business. the thing stopping small business was bank loans if she knew anything about business she would now most of them don't start with bank loans they start with savings. it is nonexistent now. and they can't start a new business. you mentioned bernie sanders. i know you sought as well. he was not a happy camper. i would've loved to get inside of his head but it was not i'm so happy to be here i can tell you that. trish: not only was he not happy a lot of the supporters are still not happy. we are seated near the california delegation. some of them actually chanted
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that. it was practically drowned out by other supporters there. they were just drowned out of the conversation. they were with some of them. those supporters they wanted to be heard they were clearly drowned out by the rest of the crowd. >> who knew that the indoor fireworks was going to be part of all this. it was interesting to observe where we were on the convention floor. as you say he was part of it. every single time it would start just as they would begin the hillary supporters i
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actually tweeted that out. and many of our viewers at home were supposed to remind me that on television as they were watching it they couldn't tell that it was protest they could just hear some faint noises in the background. what they are seen right seeing right now is quite the celebration. they promise a positive speech. there was no more of such reaction when she's talked about the historic nature of this night. and then you could barely hear yourself think. louder than any time that the 70 sixers or the fires or anyone else is playing here. trish: people got very excited of course over that.
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steve forbes is with us as well. i'm sorry he's going to be joining us momentarily. i heard a lot of ideas and i did not your solutions. what is deeply troubling i think at least to me is that in that prescription all of these things had been in the purview for years they represent the american people. she is seeking an office at a level that she has never contemplated. she is in have to deal with the framework that she laid out. it may in fact be exactly what donald trump was hoping and praying for.
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if you are saying the wages are stagnant people don't have jobs college is too expensive this president who is the third term she is running for. the only reason we paint the rosy picture because of his ego and legacy. people don't feel that way. if she thought it was so rosy she went to be proposing all of these different things. she took aim at wall street. this is a woman whose campaign is bankrolled by wall street. how awkward is this when you get. we more reaction right after this.
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>> don't let anyone tell you that our country is weak. we are not. don't let anyone tell you that we don't have what it takes we do. and most of all, don't believe anyone who says i alone can fix it.
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so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. so it's not about keeping my dentures in, it's about keeping the food particles out. try super poligrip free. >> it's wrong to take tax breaks with one hand and then take handouts with the other. they should not be allowed to wreck main street again.
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this is a woman who has ties big-time to wall street. it is some of the biggest donors on wall street. how is she going to walk this fine line. how do you sit there and rail against wall street while simultaneously taking money. there are a lot of people in wall street who realize there were some abuses. in all of them recognize that at least some in the industry would take them back over that cliff if we didn't had control. see mac do you think she will go through with it. i think she wants to but i don't know if she even could given her ties to wall street. then you look at tim kaine. this days ago he was calling for that.
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>> let's be very candid here. when wall street writes a check the size of checks that she has been cashing there is a more than likely chance that they have put in a pretty strong installment on a future that is good for them. >> donald trump is talking about repealing that. there is no way that the administration would allow the repeal of that even if there was a republican senate to pass it. >> tell me how important it is to the d regulation of wall street. i think it's very important. i would like to break up those that are too big to fail. at least require higher
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capital requirements. trish: would you like to see that re- instituted the act that her husband repealed which many argued led to the crisis that we has sought in 2008? >> i'm one of those people that make that argument. it's like my people not wanting to mix the meat and the milk. so the consumer side of the bank. it matters matters if you're trying to lose weight. it matters how big the plate is. that's why the sanders sherman bell doesn't focus on whether it's a mixture whether it's too big. that is all well and good and i admire the advice. is not really just about that. there is a matter of
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complement and there is also the issue of conflict there is no question and i know that you're not going to argue this too strenuously. when your moving assets together that's what of what a been called then bringing in the commercial banking and risking them with investment banking it's madness. >> i go to my credit union what are you describing. i can do my banking at one bank and i can go over to the desk and get my auto insurance. the idea that it is available in the same building as a credit union. >> were talking about scale here you have now just about ten institutions and their
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controlling just about 90% of the banking assets in the country and you guys haven't done anything about that. if there's something to be done it should be done with the recognition that it actually performed over the course of almost 70 years and then the service and regulation of markets and protected investors and institutions and the taxpayers in our financial system. >> what it does to those institutions is require higher capital. that's what we ought to do with them. when he gets to a certain side we have to make it quick. when you have that. as it's a very healthy thing to do. lou: you mean dividing investment and commercial banking.
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>> i think the bottom line is there is a lot of questions about whether or not they will be on top as on banks because she is dependent on these very banks for her campaign money and it creates. she is much tougher than trump. she tells you one thing and she does another. i think these are the questions that need to be ironed out. work and be back with more reaction to hillary clinton after this. >> remember what the president said last night. don't forget to vote. your car got rear-ended
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>> i want to thank bernie sanders [applause]. into all of your supporters here and around the country i want you to know i have heard you, your cause is our cause. our country needs your ideas energy and passion and is the only way we can turn our progressive platform into real change for america.
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trish: did you see the look on his face canvas gala there. hillary clinton she is actually coming through here with a progressive agenda that bernie and his supporters wanted ebony williams joining us now. what do you think? >> i think it is definitely hillary for the first time for me i heard her took it seriously bernie supporters. there actually say i hear you i think that was important for her. i saw a lot of this.
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they were shouting no tpt. i think that was important. for her to say that to the extent it's going to be compelling, we will see. i think she has the start do you think bernie will be on board as i say he has. and had cracked a smile? >> he's not a happy warrior. the trade by the nominee and the democratic national committee. millions of supporters. rather than sanders around the arena. one thing is clear bernie sanders has lost control if that's the right word of the movement. it's preceding the pace. but he no longer has a magic wand.
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the movement still exists. what must that mean for the election cycle. hillary clinton does share one thing. she is malleable. as you mentioned before she will beat up on wall street then quietly pocket their money. you wonder how often she beat up on wall street when she was talking to them for the $250,000 speaking fees. as to what one thing i want to put in one thing she said she said america is great because it's good. america is great because it's free and that freedom is in jeopardy right now. anybody can say they are good. freedom is something specific and that is why america is great and that is what is in jeopardy. i think maybe he can that could be taken further for donald trump.
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>> thank you so much. ebony, thank you. into the rest of the team that was here tonight. freedom may be what is in jeopardy. thank you so much everyone for watching. that wraps up our coverage of the democratic national convention. we are the only network to cover it from top to bottom. we know it matters to you. it matters to your wallet. thank you so much for watching. i will see you back tomorrow at 2:00. thank you so much for watching. have a terrific night. wait. data just changed... now she's into disc sports. ah, no she's not. since when? since now. she's into tai chi. she found disc sports too stressful. hold on. let me ask you this... what's she gonna like six months from now?
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