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this was the perfect storm of baseball. >> it is america's pastime. is better for the company because they won for both. love the underdogs. stuart: out of time. it is yours. neil: i love your show but you got something wrong. you were showing some people looking it up, maybe we can take a look at this. >> brian makes the play. it is over. neil: these people celebrating, we go to the stands here. folks here found out about isbn's live weekend coverage. you don't know how long i worked on that one.
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on basic cable we are live this entire weekend. if you get the timing just right, you might get commercials, you just go back to your home on basic cable live throughout the weekend. we are watching something else, some polls that are tightening very quickly which could explain this little announcement that barack and michelle obama will be joining hillary clinton and family, the whole bunch at a campaign rally at a campaign rally in philadelphia on monday, philadelphia, pennsylvania, battleground state, used to be a runaway state for her. now within a few digits, what is going on? the scary path to 270 for both candidates, trying to fine-tune
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how they get there. maybe a couple more paths for donald trump, still hurts to lose in the electoral college. what is going on? >> very wise choice by the clinton people. they loaded every surrogate except michelle obama on philadelphia. why are they doing it? pennsylvania is four points for clinton but they want at least that size or bigger. second, pennsylvania does not have early voting so everybody has to vote on that day. there is a transit strike in philadelphia so there is an added barrier. all those things together means the big push is on in pennsylvania for the democrats. neil: comes down to smart guys like you remind me who's voters are more jazz, who will walk over stopped trains to get to those polls?
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the wrap against hillary clinton is she has got a tougher time on that front. what do you make of that? >> that is basically true. she has excited voters there is no question much of the excitement on her side comes from stopping donald trump. it is also true a good bit of the excitement on the republican side comes from stopping hillary clinton but no question looking at the rallies, it is much tougher to fall asleep at a trump rally than to fall asleep at a hillary clinton rally and that would be your problem at either one of the rallies, falling asleep. stuart: especially when trump will turn on the press, get him! one thing i am curious is how the tightening in poll differs from what we traditionally see.
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was this something more meaningful? what do you think it is? >> more than usual for two reasons, you don't normally have the fbi director doing what he did 11 days before the election. that got people's attention. which people? not hillary clinton voters but people on the fence who were republican or conservative didn't like trump, didn't want to vote for trump, now they are going to vote for trump and the second you have the normal partisans coming home you combine the two and you have a larger than usual effect in favor of donald trump among republicans and conservatives. neil: i touched on this and you dismissed my wisdom which i thought was well, rude. i think this has a 1980 feel to it. even though i wasn't even born, i think -- >> i was there. neil: the stands are shifting so dramatically in states where hillary clinton more than a week ago had a double-digit lead, now
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single digits or completely reversed, we didn't have the type of polling or social media in 1980 that we have today. what do you make of that? that this could be the making of something or the ingredients to make something like that? >> anything is possible. have i tell people, upsets happen around the world, in democracies every year. you always have that possibility. back in 1980, you weren't there because you weren't yet born, i was already well into, i was 30. neil: already retired. >> that was my first retirement. when i got tenure i retired. here is the difference, the big change other than the debate ahead of time came the sunday before the tuesday election when negotiations with the iranians fell apart from the release of us hostages and that was a
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downer. you had to be there but it was a downer. it depressed democratic turnout. a lot of people said enough, already. we need a change. something like that happens this sunday before the tuesday election i might go along with your interpretation which is wild and unsubstantiated. neil: this is why i love you. thank you very much. he could do stand up comedy tomorrow. i want to let you know things that are changing whether it happens sunday or whatever, happening as we speak. cia agents are actively and aggressively pursuing the clinton foundation case. this goes wider than we originally thought. the clinton foundation itself, blake berman with the latest on that.
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>> actively and aggressively pursuing the case according to two separate sources who say the fbi's investigating the clinton foundation for more than a year on pay to play accusations. fox is told the case has taken a, quote, very high priority, a great deal of evidence including some from wikileaks and newly discovered emails. front and center, the wall street journal reporting secret recordings of a suspect in a public corruption case talking about alleged deals that the clintons made fueled the investigation. there is a battle between fbi agents who want to pursue the case and others in the justice department who viewed the recording as hearsay. they get a statement from a representative of the clinton foundation, they waiting briefly with this reaction. here's what they are saying, quote, we are not aware of any investigation into the foundation by the department of
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justice, federal bureau of investigation and united states attorney's office and did not receive a subpoena from any of those agents. to the politics of this all, donald trump's campaign manager arguing that story will have an impact on the final five days of this race. >> a clear view at what hillary clinton's presidency would look like, 100% chance this is coming up to her in the polls. >> so far no response from the clinton campaign itself. that response came from the clinton foundation. they are separate or staying away for now. neil: thank you very much. we are getting word the republicans talking up the possibility of impeachment proceedings should hillary clinton get elected. nancy pelosi out with a
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statement, affordable. confusing. the statement, the american people want republicans to accept the will of the people and take impeachment off the table, responsible republicans, let's do so immediately. into this mix recordings could result in indictments, people saying stuff they shouldn't be saying. former fbi special agent, how that could be a game changer. that is significant. >> i have worked public corruption cases for years where you have to prove a pay to play and quid pro quo, it is difficult to do that unless you have recordings, a long string of emails, the recordings are your best bet. if you do have recordings between the subject involved in the case, your best chance to gain an indictment in a case like that. neil: what do you think of this stuff? recordings are dull, all of the
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sudden apparently looking at the clinton foundation itself, this goes beyond the initial emails or original wikileaks stuff. it is now bigger than that and much more inclusive than that. this changes a lot of things. >> it is hard to say how big the investigation is when the fbi has not said anything about this nor has the department of justice. there have been numerous reports there was investigation ongoing in this matter but it is known to drag on past the election. these investigations take quite a long time. it has gone on for a year, my guess is it will be longer than that. the result of this investigation will not be made known to the public until well after the election. neil: the fbi does one thing getting its facts together, politicians can do whatever they
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want so already nancy pelosi raining and republicans were mentioning impeachment, hillary clinton won this race she would immediately be under the political paul to say nothing of the potential -- and fbi investigation. >> there may be consideration given to a special prosecutor. that may be necessary in a case like this. there is quid pro quo, best way to do that is with recordings and other solid evidence that was taking place. neil: wouldn't that have taken, someone would have to be cooperating to entice those recordings. >> to get a recording you need a cooperating witness who will turn on a recorder when these conversations -- that could have been done by someone, who knows? not likely to be happening going
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forward in a case like this with all this publicity. someone cooperating with the fbi, department of justice who made those recordings. neil: someone would have to prove we don't know, to prove a pay to play relationship or favorable treatment granted to a country or entity giving money to the clinton foundation if that is the case, there was a clear role hillary clinton had as secretary of state giving favorable treatment to those entities. >> not only do you have to prove the quid pro quo was there but the agreement was there, not talking about a not and handshake, that i will do this if you do this if you make this donation. that has to be proven and action has to be taken as well, so those have to be proven and those are difficult to do in
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these investigations. >> the friction between the fbi underlying -- to say nothing of the justice department and the justice department in expansion of the probe to go along with that. >> fbi agents in the investigation, and the political powers from the top are pushing back a little bit. they have to be on the same page, the grand jury has to do it. to hear cases like this. stuart: the fbi would make a recommendation one way or the other. >> they make the recommendation and provide the facts, not necessarily recommendations but the facts that were provided, doj makes that decision.
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ballots, largely democrats doing this without supervision of candidates on board, republicans went nuts, florida chairman saying wait a minute, they have. so crisis averted or so it would seem. i know you want to thank foxbusiness but don't do that. it is just what we do. what happened here? was it mail in ballots being opened without members of a corresponding party watching the process? you tell me. >> what happened was the supervisor of elections in broward county was opening vote by mail ballots without the authority to do so by local canvassing board and the law says you have to have at least one member of the canvassing board present when you open it. in addition what happened was they were limiting public inspection of the ballots to 30
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minutes. what this was in layman's terms is they were opening ballots in secrecy with no oversight whatsoever. in addition they are leaving people know time to challenge a ballot they thought ballots could be challenged. neil: they would have had not that you could assume the worst, they would have had the power to do almost anything because no one was watching. >> that is right. that is why we took swift action and i send that letter to the supervisor of elections. this is unheard of. it is disturbing it got this far but we are happy we were able to shine a light on it. neil: we have no idea, or what? >> they were flippant about it saying they were doing it by the letter of the law and not doing it by the letter of the law and the proof of that is they change
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the way they count the ballots to the way the letter of the law prescribes. neil: what happens now? >> now a judge who is a member of the canvassing board from now until the election to oversee the opening of the ballots. in addition the supervisor of elections allow representative of the republican party and the democrat party to be on hand overseeing the process as well. neil: one thing to get mad about, to shine a little light on the subject, you are welcome to that. if any other crisis, anything we can do, we appreciate it. in the meantime, being alive this weekend isn't enough, looking out for voter fraud, we are here, america. any other channel looking at doing something in the financial realm, they won't be doing it unless you are looking at a golf game and got that covered,
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donald trump speaking in jacksonville, florida. much more after this. >> who had already voted, by the way? this woman owns this house, with new cabinets from this shop, wi handles designed here, made here, shipped from here, on this plane flown by this pilot, who owns stock in this company, that builds big things and provides benefits to this woman, with new cabinets. they all have insurance crafted personally for them. not just coverage, craftsmanship. not just insured. chubb insured.
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neil: you are looking live at donald trump in jacksonville, florida. beginning to conclude florida must be important, looking ahead to his travel plans pennsylvania will be important, looking ahead to what hillary clinton is planning, the entire obama family, the clinton family in philadelphia monday, that is important, a lot of crucial things going on in the next few days and now reports that donald trump with the wind at his back is getting a lot of money coming into that campaign. the question is what to do about it, here with more on that, what are you learning? >> a lot of interesting things going on. they think they will get a boost from donors taking more money now.
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he has only given $10 million according to the records but apparently thrown another $25 million between donald trump and the senatorial races come a down ballot races. maybe donald gets two out of that -- neil: don't give cash unless you feel -- charles: getting more money coming in, inside the campaign, trump indicated treasury secretary will be the chief fundraiser. the former goldman sachs executive. he becomes treasury secretary, donald changes with the wind sometimes but he really likes that. a fairly good job, raising money given the fact that donald started late and anchored
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establishment republicans, he does a good job. neil: staying on topic am a trump did that yesterday. charles: telling him to stay on topic, please stay on topic. you can talk about emails but stay with obamacare and stay off of twitter. the names i hear mostly are steve bannon and kelly and conway. to a certain extent anthony scaramucci. stay off of twitter. if he had done this earlier he would have had a better shot at winning. that is one thing. inside the campaign -- neil: what did he tell you about that? charles: it is contingent on black voter turnout. i was out with trump people last night. neil: they go out with you?
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charles: they are at the same restaurants. neil: i bumped into them in manhattan. neil: it is contingent on black voter turnout. they think they can win. i was there, this guy from cnbc is there. they toasted our ratings. he wanted to toast to me and i snuck it in and here is to is kicking your rear end. neil: exclusive, tiny, difficult to get into restaurant in harlem, you are always there. neil: i can get you into the olive garden. charles: by the way. is that the salad, soup and salad, pretty good. frank pellegrino, one of the co-owners, great guy. he likes you and i despite the fact he is a flaming liberal. that shows you what a great
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place. neil: you are great at that. more stories here. and read a prompter, jacksonville florida, he is going early with abandon because he senses, wind at his back, hillary clinton growing scandals and obamacare, let's listen in. >> this is not what we need. and to bring jobs back to strengthen up our borders. this will be a mess for many years to come, and this
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president will do the job. i just left by the way miami. and leaving i see air force one. i said to myself i wonder who that could be. it is our president. and he is down here campaigning for crooked hillary. why isn't he back in the office, sometimes referred to as the oval office? why isn't he back in the white house bringing our jabs back.
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why isn't he working, and she is under criminal investigation. he has a conflict and one of the things it taught us, wiki leaks, he knew she had a lot of wrong things going on. obama knew what was going on by the way, in case you didn't know, he knew. this guy ought to be back in the office working, he won't be there long. we don't win anymore. don't win with our military, don't when on trade. he are to get back to the office and stop campaigning. if we win on november 8th, we will once again have a government of, by and for the people.
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real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing obamacare. it has just been announced that the residents of florida are going to experience a massive double-digit premium hike. who have got their number yet? does anybody know? should i tell you? do you want me to depress everybody? put your head down, start crying and leave. i won't tell you because you will be so depressed. i don't people you're not going to like it, folks. in the great state of arizona, is an example, premiums are going up more than 116%. and it doesn't work. obamacare dental work. i'm repealing it. will replace it with something so much better in so much cheaper. hillary is going to double up.
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over 90% of the counties in florida are losing obamacare next year. think of it. good luck in that negotiation. in minnesota where the premium increase will be close to 60%, the democratic governor said the affordable care act is no longer affordable. did he take e. penn and bill clinton. did bill clinton take heed? he said it's crazy obamacare. he said it's crazy. they lied to us. the president lied to us 20 times. he said he can keep your doctor, keep your plan. i. aman lying and lying. premium surging, doctors are leaving and deductibles are through t roof. sometimes $15,000. you have to spend $15,000 before you start using it. obamacare is a total catastrophe yet hillary clinton wants to
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double down on obamacare. she doesn't want to terminate it. she doesn't want to get rid of it. she wants to double down, making it much more expensive than it is right now and it's right now ridiculous. bigger than your mortgage. it's bigger than your rent. first time that's ever happened. i'm asking for your vote so we can replace obamacare and save health care for every family in florida and our country. [cheers and applause] so important. real change also means restoring honesty to government. hillary was given the debate questions in advance by donna brazil. by the way, can you imagine if those question since the dishonest media among the world's most dishonest people, by the way.
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it's not even a big story. mainstream media hardly covers it. think about it. she got the debate questions against bernie sanders. probably got the once against me, too. but we won those debates very easily. i don't care she got them except it shows how dishonest. supposing i got the debate questions, it would be front page of the "washington post." it would be front page of "the new york times." he must immediately withdraw from the race. what he did is disgraceful. i'll tell you what, they don't even write about it. donna brazil was fired from cnn. that's good. why wasn't she fired from the dnc? because what she did was totally dishonest. did you see her in television the other night?
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where did you get them? where did you get them? as the questioner was asking that. where do you get those questions? i got them -- i don't know where i got them. i'll tell you what. she should be fired. much more importantly, hillary clinton should be fired. donna brazil couldn't hide the questions they should look like a fool on television. what was worse, she took the questions and gave them the "crooked hillary." instead of saying i'm sorry can accept them, we have to report this incident. she took the questions with good answers for bernie.
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at some point doesn't bernie sanders get tired of it? doesn't he tell his supporters to go vote for trump at some point? i haven't seen one story where they blame donna brazil a little bit. but seriously, can you imagine it was me that got those questions? you know what i've been saying? they will reinstitute the electric chair. front page news. she is a very dishonest person, probably the most dishonest person ever to run for the office of president. i believe that. the clintons to his sordid past and sometimes they'll write about these dishonest people back there. someday they will ask the question and they will do a front page headline. why didn't hillary clinton report that she got the confidential guarded questions to a debate in someday these
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dishonest people will write a story about it in mainstream media. we have a bright future. my contract with the american voter begins with plan to end government corruption. [cheers and applause] we understand it. i want the entire corrupt washington establishment to hear and heed the words we all have to say. we, all of us. a lot of us. this is a movement they've never seen before in this country. that's why we don't want to blow it now because you're allowed to vote early. we don't want to blow it in november. this is a movement like they've never seen before. even the ones that dislike me of which there are quite a few of those people. but all of them. this is a movement like they've never seen in the country. but it will end quickly.
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it will end quickly if we don't want to vote november 8th. so let's not let it end. we are going to make america great again, folks. when we win on november 8th, we are going to washington d.c. and we are going to drain the slop. [cheers and applause] at the core of my contract is my plan to bring back our jobs. they been stolen. florida has lost one in four of its manufacturing jobs since nafta, a deal signed by bill clinton and supported by his lovely wife, hillary. america has lost 70,000. listen to that number. i thought it was a typo. 70,000 factories since china entered the world trade
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organization. another bill and hillary backed deal. we look at them not. don't worry. we're living through the greatest jobs fast in the history of the world. greatest jobs fast in the history of the world. each of the administration will stop the from leaving america and we will stop the jobs from leaving the state of florida. i can tell you. the theft of american prosperity will end. and we don't mind that it's 115 degrees in this room, right? it is hot in this room. you know what, that's okay. release a couple pounds. not the worst thing in the world. from now on is going to be america first.
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a chump administration will negotiate nafta and we will stand up to foreign product, currency manipulation and all unfair subsidy behavior which is a lot. we will also immediately stop the job killing transpacific partnership, another disaster potential deal. as part of our plan to bring back jobs, we are going to lower taxes on american business from 35% to 15%. we will also cancel billions of global warming payments to the united nations. billions and billions of dollars. and use that money to support america's environmental and national infrastructure. by the way, folks, we are
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spending billions and billions of dollars. we are making our companies noncompetitive. other companies throughout the world are killing us and other countries don't adhere to what they're supposed to do. we want crystal clean water. we want him accurately clean air and we want great safety. about that, let's go to tom and employ a lot of people. we are going to spend a lot of money in infrastructure putting the deepening of the harbor. we will become a rich nation once again. we must also be a safe nation. in chicago, and 3715 people have
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been shot since january 1st. think of that. almost 4000 people have been shot since january 1st. nationwide have experienced their largest single year increase in 45 years. the press is guarding hillary clinton and the press doesn't want them and as to what you do know the real facts about your jobs. about all the things about our military which is now bogged down in mosul. why can't we ever go in there, quietly, secretly and do the job. the element of surprise. what is trump know? i know plenty. believe me. it's a tough situation. we are going into mozilla.
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why did they have to say it? we are going to get the leaders of isis. we are going in because we believe the leaders of isis or a muscle. three months ago. we are going to get those leaders. after reset it the first time within about 12 minutes they were gone. we are led by people. wouldn't it be nice if we didn't talk? we did the job and have the news conference a week later to announce good results. these are not good results. a chump administration will work with local and federal law enforcement to end its growing crime wave. very substantial. every child in america has the right to grow up in safety and
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in peace. we will also keep you safe from terrorism. would cringe and want a five increase in. refugees coming into the country. they will be pouring into the country. that is a bug obama's unbelievable thousands of thousands coming in. her plan would mean generation of terrorism and extremism, spreading across her schools and communities. that's one of the reasons we have all those women for trump science. believe me. [cheers and applause] the women don't want this. by the way, i have to tell you i have tremendous support from women. tremendous. [cheers and applause] we have tremendous support. we are going to keep our country safe. but we do for women?
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start off with we will keep our country safe. is that a good starter? we are doing tremendously with african-americans. you see that. you see what is going on. these characters and the bad, they are very discouraged because all of these lines, people are caps-on saying make america great. buttons, shirts. but big reports about tremendous support from groups i was not supposed to have as much support from his throwing them a little bit off balance. they are not happy. the protected when it's not being very well protected. when i'm elected president, we will suspend the syrian refugee program and we will keep -- [cheers and applause] we will keep radical islamic terrorists the out of our country. believe me. keep them out.
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[cheers and applause] and we will build safe havens and do things in syria. we look at other countries to pay for it. we have $20 trillion in debt. the gulf states have a lot of money. they'll pay for it i promise. we have to take care of people but honestly we have enough. we have enough problems in this country. that was happening to germany. look at france. the kid paris. i have a friend every year he goes to paris. the city of lights used to tell me. i see him like a month ago. how is paris this summer? i don't go to paris. are you kidding me? it's no longer paris. he hasn't been there in a long time. we are going to have our country be great again. we are going to do it properly. we are going to do it through
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love. we are going to have our country be great. a chump administration will also secure and defend the borders of the united states. [cheers and applause] and yes, we will build a great wall. [cheers and applause] [chanting] and mexicano, which is making a fortune with us, just a fortune at the border and crude trade deficit, our trade deficit with mexico is enormous.
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it's a nervous with everybody. why should they be any different? mexico will pay for the wall. believe me. they will pay for the wall. 100%. that might not know a cat, that they are paying for the wall. we received the first-ever endorsement from our highest border patrol offices. they tell us the border crisis is the worst it's ever been. it is a national emergency. the immigration officer is warned in a letter that clinton's plan is the most radical immigration proposal in u.s. history that it will lead to the loss of thousands and thousands of lives. that's what they wrote us. the secretary of state, hillary clinton allowed many, many people come in the most dangerous and violent criminals in the world to go free because their home countries very
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intelligently wouldn't accept them back. so take a killer, a drug lord, vicious gang member to bring them back to their countries and turn that plan around and get them out of here. hillary clinton state department would say that's too bad. well except then i may go on our streets and kill people. hillary clinton supported and i guarantee you one thing. in four years or eight years, i guarantee you one thing. there won't be one instance, not one where one of these murderers or drug people are gang members, not one instance folks were that plan will come back with the person i'm not playing. i guarantee you that. hillary clinton supports totally open borders.
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there goes your country and strongly supports sanctuary cities the extent and cisco for case and there was murdered by the legal immigrant but was deported at least five times and we are putting very, very strong language and. it's got to be submitted first day i'm in office. when they come in once we deport them. when they come in twice to go to jail for five years. when they come in another one it will be 10 years. you know it's going to happen pretty simple? they go to jail for five years. they are not coming back, folks. if people don't want to do it. we, we politicians don't want to do it. a chump administration will cancel the federal funding. we will end illegal immigration. we are going to stop drugs from pouring into your communities and poisoning our youth and
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everybody else. and we will support of criminal aliens quickly from our country. we will also repeal the obama clinton defense sequester and rebuild our badly depleted military. we are going to rebuild it. our navy -- have you heard this? to me this is sad. you wonder why china is making a fortune with this take our product and money. i've made a fortune with china. but the biggest bank in the world is a tentative mind in new york, china. biggest bank in the world from china. you know what, they are building right now a tremendous fortress in the south china sea. they are doing it because they have no respect for obama. they laugh at hillary.
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they think hillary is a joke. she's a joke. daydream. they go to sleep at night. these task leaders. they are tough and smart. they go to dream that night. they go to sleep and a dream that hillary clinton becomes president. that is what their dream ends. i made a lot of money with china. i'm not sure they like the idea of me, but that's all right. we will get along with china. i guarantee they won't be building forts in the middle of the sea totally against everything. what they are doing in such a big violation. but they have no respect for obama and they no longer respect our country. our navy is the smallest it has been since world war i. we will build the 350 ship may be that our country needs and desires and thus have.
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that means brand-new state-of-the-art ships in places like mayport right here in jackson. i'm honored and this is a great honor for me, to have the endorsement of 200 top admirals and generals and 22 medal of honor recipient. i am also honored to have the greatest temperament that anybody has because we know how to win. she spends a billion dollars. i see these ads. people that know me they say how can they say that? we have a temperament -- we have a certain temperament. if the temperament of knowing how to win.
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the leaders of our country, boy, you talk about temperament. interestingly, whether it's podesta or bernie sanders, hillary has bad instincts. i'll be honest. i've read the things that he has said about hillary on the wikileaks. if i were hillary, i would fire podesta so fast. he says such demeaning things about her. she's not bad instincts. you've read some of the things. it's incredible. have you had people working for you and you have to deal with them. you must be a bad guy, but to say the things he said about her, she should look at him and say podesta, you are fired. but she can't do that. she probably made him a favorite is the criminal criminal case. so she can't do it. our new foreign policy will put america first.
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hillary brought death and disaster to iraq to syria, libya. she empowered iran and she unleashed isis. she's the one that started in came through the vacuum. now it's in 32 countries. i watch her during the debate meekly talk about isis. they said you've been here for 30 years, hillary. you are secretary of state when it started. why are you going to g that? you can't get rid of anything? you don't know what you're doing. now she wants to start a shooting war in syria com like with a nuclear armed russia that could very well lead to world war iii. putin has no respect for her either. doesn't like her? does the respect her, doesn't respect obama and doesn't like him? hillary and are filled washington establishment has been $6 trillion on wars in the middle east and now it's in worse shape than ever before.
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wars we never win. they dragged us into foreign wars and they took us -- they opened up our borders. it's interesting we fight for their borders, but at home we have open borders. try and figure that out. we fight like for their borders. we spend trillions of dollars to do it but at home we have open borders. they ship their jobs on top of everything in their wealth to other countries. that's kind and very quickly. our jobs are coming back in our companies aren't leaving. if our companies want to leave, there are consequences. if they want to go to mexico or some other country to make air conditioners or build cars like ford is doing. ford is moving an entire massive division. all small car production.
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you tell them very nicely i am sorry. i always joke that i wanted make those calls so badly. i do want to put anybody in charge of those calls. they are so easy and there sure are. our politicians should have done this for years. you tell them that when you make your air conditioner from your car, whatever it may be, but in mexico, enjoy the weather. when that product comes through our strong border, there will be a 35% tax. [cheers and applause] and you know it's going to happen? nobody's going to leave. politicians know this but they're all taken care of by the special interest groups that want that to happen. there will be a 35% tax and nobody's leaving. we'll make a lot of money. does anybody say it like trump? so simple. to all americans i say it's time
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for new leadership. just think about what we can accomplish in the first 100 days of the trump administration. we are going to have the biggest tax cut since ronald reagan in hillary's raising taxes vary substantially. she's raising your taxes. we are going to eliminate every unnecessary job killing regulation. we will cancel every illegal obama executive order. we are going to rebuild our military and take care of our great, great, great veterans. they've never been taken care of properly. 22 suicide today. not going to happen. i appreciate all the support i get from the military. a big article today on the front page of "the new york times." they say boy does trump have support from the military. by the way, law enforcement and by military include big leagues,
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our veterans. how many veterans are here right now? big, big story. veterans, military and law enforcement. we are going to provide cool choice and we are going to put an end to common corner. [cheers and applause] we are going to support the great men and women of law enforcement. we will save our second amendment which is under siege. great people. we have the endorsement of the nra. these are rate people. the earliest they've abrogated. we will appoint justices to the united states supreme court who will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. so important. it is time to cut our ties with the filth of bitter politics of
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the past. hillary clinton has been there for 30 years she has accomplished nothing. just words and just made things worse. she is the candidate of yesterday. it's going to be really interesting to see what happens to her. so let me ask you. she shouldn't be allowed to run based on the e-mail scandals. so let me ask you this question. i've never done this before. will justice be done or not? yes or no. [cheers and applause] i don't know. i'm not sure anybody knows the answer. they are protecting her and it's very unfair. you think justice will be done? we will have to see. i see the audience like i don't know. who knows. we will see.
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i tell you what. it is very, very hard to a lot of people. and it's very unfair to the fbi if you want to know the truth. they are out there doing their job and they are being roadblocks. they're amazing people and they are being roadblocks. we are the movement of the future. our movement represents all americans from all backgrounds and all walks of life. we are asking for the vote of republicans, and democrats come in attendance in first-time voters of which there are many. we are fighting for every american who believes in truth and justice. not money and power. we are going to rule the day. this group and many many like you. every place we go the love of this country is incredible.
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we are fighting for every citizen who believes that government should serve the people, not the donors and not the special interests. we are fighting to unlock the potential of every american community and every american family who hope in praying you're in for a better future. with your bow, we are just five days away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. five days away. together we will make america wealthy again. we will make america strong again. we will make america safe again and we will make america great again. thank you very much, everybody. god bless you. get out and vote. thank you. neil: with the wind at his back in the polls that showed this race is as tight as a tick. frequent bashing of the present
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to get the point across and started the revolution and i'm going to concluded in five days. the fact that the media with such essential central part of that discussion brings me to my friend, the old media reporter, joe conscience, one of the best at this. it is a strategy that works very well for him and with crowds for him. obviously, looking at the polls with average folks at home, i guess they don't like the media too much. >> you look at one pole for this week and it's just astounding and it really tells the story here. "usa today" says buy a 10 to one margin they believe american voters that the media is rigged against donald trump. when it's brought that up in the passing this is the biggest pylon in history. he was accused of engaging in conspiracy theories. some elite media people say he's impatient security theories.
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the american people are speaking. they see this coverage at home in their newspapers and they say they can do in origin is rigged them. clinton supporters, the a1 %-percent-sign india is biased against donald trump. that's all you need to know. neil: when you do go after the media endlessly he does get elected, which is not such a fanciful thought given these poles in the swing states, can you imagine what a donald trump presidential press conference would be like? >> here's the thing. even though the american people and i wrote about this today, is rooting for hillary clinton by overwhelming margin, the people that run publications and networks above nothing more than to have donald trump around for four to eight years. he is a cash cow. neil: you are so right.
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left or right, red or blue, he is green and he brings a lot of interest there. a lot has been made of the coverage and it's one thing to say the voting process is rigged as he did earlier run. now he's kind of taking it to the media is rigged. there he has a fair stand on because as you've reported, the disproportionate coverage of negative stories which are fine and go ahead if that's what you want to do. nothing approaching the same level on her. does that get picked up? a lot of these a lot of these with unique stories if a lot of these with unique stories if you're not picking up fox or "the wall street journal" or patching press musings of yours, if it doesn't happen, no one's there. it didn't fall. >> a guess because they resent stx in the wikileaks dumps and its two new one and a lot of producers are editors think the
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american people are too to read a couple paragraphs. it's a 140 character world. >> hafer play is an easy concept to grasp if that's what's going on there. >> i totally agree with you. if trump doesn't win in five days, what i'm going to miss is the way he says wikileaks. there's mustard on it. what the h. is on the end and china. i'm going to miss that if he doesn't win. he put the mustard out where it's completely but it's a good thing. neil: you know what, i know it. that sounded more like, i don't know, austin powers. joseph, thank you very much. not bad. congressman bob desantis in the state of florida house oversight committee are. their instruments will investigate and hillary clinton can. maybe even if she's not a winner
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of the election. as you know, all of these charges to run this under investigation for some of the press reports including the work of our own bread they are. this is wider than we thought. clinton foundation status. this is space for play. this is the kind of stats. how aggressively would she go after her if she were to win this race? >> well, the thing she has to worry about the number of clinton foundation related criminal investigations. and the congress we can to oversight absolutely to look at how the state department may or may not have been policy for quick foundation donors is absolutely something that needs to be vetted. it goes to our state department has some policy in the past even if she doesn't win.
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when you have criminal investigations became doing and i've been in the congress. going back to year i called for a special counsel and the problem is about having a special counsel you have this war going on between some of these lying fbi agents trying to do fact find in an alleged justice department which does not undergo down the road. i think what will happen is even if they find that evidence i'm just not sure to read a lunch would pull the trigger on doing anything. neil: would you recommend that regardless if she wins or loses question aren't would you still pursue her? >> the case needs a special counsel regardless because of the way it was handled. you covered it a lot. president obama prejudging the e-mail case. which means that though clinton. they didn't even use the grand jury, gave all these weird
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immunity agreement and direct their comey said she was grossly negligent but didn't have the intent even that wasn't required by the statute. the whole case has not been handled well and having a fresh look at him but did not necessarily in all in this current justice department would be valuable. that may end up benefiting her, but a lot of americans don't have confidence this is going to be vetted on the up and up. neil: would want to be clear what that extend her curiosity get to the bottom of this extend to hillary clinton in defeat. in other words, would you still be pursuing these transactions or deals that whatever you want to call them if she lost next week. >> oversight wise we need to get answers about the state department regardless. you should have a special counsel regardless of what happened so this is done in a way the american people have confidence in. neil: congressman commit thank
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neil: did any of you see this?
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apparently these folks, just found out they don't get espn. they will not be old to see coverage this weekend. going wall-to-wall. there were some members of whether there is a parliament. this is about spn. we are trying to correct it as quickly as we can. you are welcome. some reports political analyst extraordinaire. what you're predicting last time we were having a colorless and even more of a coalescing. >> you always have a margin of error. we have trump of three points of
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hillary clinton since that first fbi announcement last friday. we also see the electoral map tightening. real clear politics average of hillary clinton and all the eight unit rowboats ahead of donald trump to 65 training to 73. that is way down. donald trump with 265. we know the number -- neil: you guys go by who is leading. at the electoral vote. three more than she would need down for well over 300. >> absolutely. that is real clear politics than their average of all the polls and see where that puts the electoral map. neil: we've had a surprise that the parliament might be even more expanded. i have no reason to doubt that it isn't.
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this could accelerate but not be resolved before election day. and your experience and they know this is unusual in the middle of a campaign here. what kind of drug could this be the five remaining days? >> it could be a huge one. remember in 2000 that the al gore campaign cleverly drops the information days before election day about george w. bush getting busted for dui. george bush was ahead. stop his momentum into 2 million were basically tied. al gore did give more of the popular vote. but we know from that experience as a last-minute revelation can be very damaging and affect the outcome of the election. true to that was a few weeks before. you are right it could be crazy. amy, thank you very much. we were talking a little bit
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about campaigning with my parents today. we are told the event they were both that senator cruz never once mentioned donald trump by name even though he is supporting him. if you're with the number two greg the ticket doesn't matter. but that's former republican governor john sununu. does that matter that he hasn't yet mentioned donald trump's name? >> you're going to see all kinds of approaches by republicans as they come back to the fold. a couple this week three days ago the husband said don't tell my wife and voting for donald trump. after that day and half later she came to me and said don't tell my husband voted for donald trump. neil: how were the bushes? are they doing okay? >> aired in a surreptitious movement that's indicative of what is happening.
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i think you'll see a lot of republicans who vote for donald trump and nobody in their family may know it. neil: that is part of the underreporting that goes on. pollsters are grappling with that as we speak. let's say donald trump does win, pulls this out. i've always wondered whether he would have more difficulty with republicans and democrats. what do you think? >> it is complicated enough that we need a longer time here for an answer. a president can move the congress if he works with them on a daily basis. i always use the example of george herbert walker bush got more legislation passed than any president except johnson roosevelt and he had a congress to 60 to 175 against him in the house and 5545. it depends on the president. >> tip o'neill, those guys were not fans of his. later on when ronald reagan came
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in, tip o'neill had a much better relationship than what the democratic one. >> it was personality. ronald reagan was a likable person. president carter was not. ronald reagan would sit down with republican and democratic leadership and he knew enough to give a little here and give a little bare. he was always saying if i get 90%@. i'm not going to fight for hungry. viewer to 99%. he works there. he worked hard. neil: in deed. how is your state looking with your son running and everything else and kelley ayotte with a tight race. >> the latest poll came out at boston university in boston had trumped up by one. it had kelley and my son
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christopher both a way around three. we will see what happens. at this stage we go back to where we started. you really don't know who is voting for who the pollsters in my opinion don't have much of an idea. keep your fingers crossed and go to the election. neil: governor, thank you very much. good seein you. melania trumpeting the campaign trail. a 40 minute she was a goner has-beens behalf. speeches planned to showcase the kinder, gentler side. depending on whether you're a reporter or not. more after this. did you know there's a way to save up to 95%
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let wall street do its thing, leave us alone. bug off. jonathan hoenig, says he is voting for hillary clinton. explain that. >> it pains me. the last 15 years rallying against tiller is collectivist policies. only capitalism can save this country. unfortunately donald trump does irreparable damage. she hurts it because no one would mistake a liquid and for being a capitalist. he holds himself out as a successful businessman. he's anything but an expense is anything but capitalist ideas. neil: she wants to raise taxes on guys like you. should not appeal to your capitalist core?
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>> or went them that's not exactly true. one of five will see their taxes go up under trump. if the idea, the philosophy keeping the tax credit for ethanol, childcare. sole idea is terrorists. they are nationalization. neil: i see what you're saying. the fact he could ignite a trade war by slapping 35% on the small vehicles in mexico that we pay, by the way. not at government expense that does some real doubts. >> it does damage. something like regulation is a big part of the speech that will get rid of regulation. at the same time he talks about enforcing them in creasing antitrust laws. that is not just regulation. that is micromanagement for something as simple as
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glass-steagall. he's bringing back one of the biggest financial regulations in american history. neil: you wouldn't like separating banks and their investment or traditional activities so they don't risk getting us into any problems? >> i like the republican nominee who advocates for free market. they are going to say c. we tried free markets under trump and they failed and that's exactly what i said about bush and not to give us obama. to buy this shirt, literally a pained me. but i have to because i'm trying to think long-term. neil: that was scary. on many levels. thank you, my friend. very nasty e-mails here.
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he could need medication. we will check back. the guy was very instrumental working with steve jobs and pixar. have they ever made a bad movie? that is what is always such a sort thing. the thinking behind it and the way they went about it could almost predict. the man who made that possible. the microsoft cloud helps us
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neil: super bowl indicator. raining on election day indicator, three months of trading before the election indicator, a lot of indicators and all saying different things. charlie gasparino now on goldman sachs, why it is predicting a hillary clinton win. charlie? >> we should point out goldman sachs, big wall street firm. very connected with hillary clinton. get that out in front here but they have been right in the past. here is what they're saying on all predictive models. they have done a pretty indepth analysis. what they say their models still give clinton clear advantage in the election as polls tighten. that is the election overdonald trump for presidency. the goldman analysis does concede that trump has narrow path to victory but that path of victory becomes much more obvious and doable if trump in
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the next couple of days can somehow nationally outpoll clinton, people moving particularly undecideds into his camp and that makes up for the electoral challenge which is pretty hefty. we talked about this yesterday. he has to pick up blue state like nevada or pennsylvania. that is a must. hold on to florida, hold on to ohio. it's a big challenge, even as the national polls tightened. but the fascinating thing here is goldman sachs, you know, and they're huge hillary supporters. we should point out hillary earned huge speaking fees from goldman post leaving state department as secretary of state. she is very close to goldman sachs ceo lloyd blankfein. these are friends of hillary that are actually conceding there is a path to victory for donald trump albeit an uphill one. why does goldman sachs care for election? as you know, we've been
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reporting on your show the markets are reacting selling off, because of potential. we're on five straight down days since fbi bombshell came out. which means markets are scared of donald trump being president. neil: you're right. good seeing you. charlie gasparino. every 20 years or so i talk to this guy. he is a great mind. finished a great book. former ceo of pixar, "toy story" fame, i don't think he made a bad movie. he writes pixar and beyond. while he and i were chatting during the break, indulged my cures are tow to bring -- cure ross city into this. he is not political person at all. that was a tough sell for pixar folks to accept apple, this conquering behemoth and steve jobs at the time, monster control freak, to keep that free spirit going and to get stuff done.
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it worked. you elaborate on that. that's a concern a lot of people have in the markets about donald trump whether he could keep those kindred spirits for change going in a constructive way, and not bash the system. night and day, that was not intent of our book but if you indulge that theory. your experience what you learned working with steve jobs, working on that kind of unusual combination, that worked. lessons for mr. trump should he get elected? >> well i can say what i learned from steve. great to see you again, neil. so in those years at pixar what steve demonstrated was a power to collaborate and if i were to use one word to describe what happened back then is that he learned. he had a lot to learn coming in. here he was coming from the computer industry. we were marching into a completely new industry.
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we didn't understand the entertainment industry at all. we literally had to learn it and he had to learn what it took -- neil: he didn't know anything about movies, right, animation? that was going to be the new wave to come but, pixar folks just say, oh, my god? >> pixar folks did. they were sort of running scared at that moment in time but you know, he has a fascinating arc that i cover in the book. he starts out as the feared absentee landlord. he ends up as the beloved patriarch. the question is, what did he do in order to go through that arc? it was a period of learning. you're right. we didn't know anything about the entertainment industry. but we would shuttle back and forth to hollywood and ask all the questions to figure it out. neil: it wasn't your way the highway. the rap, you're indulging me, on that, against donald trump, critics say he is bully. he will wreck the whole china shop.
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but that have seen coming in his business mandates he is actually quite pragmatic, open to ideas. it is not his way or the highway a lot of time. that was the rap against steve jobs. that he was dictatorial, huge temper. that might have been the case at apple and all but it was very different beast at pixar, wasn't it? >> it was and that's one of the reasons i wrote the book. i thought in all the coverage of steve since he tragically died pixar was story was a bit of an afterthought. i thought it missed something really important about him and about what happened during those years that was important not just for pixar, not just for him but even apple going forward. neil: i always wonder, you and i briefly chatting about it, one of the most successful corporate pairs i have everybody covered because it was so doubted t could have easily been crushed. both independent spirits at both companies could been washed out. how did he avoid that?
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how did he keep the spark? >> i have a whole chapter in the book. it is one of the most courageous decisions executives make, which is basically trust your creative people. so at pixar -- neil: butt out. >> butt out. steve is not a filmmaker, or moviemaker. neither was i. neil: the appeal was what? animation would be a big deal for computers, apple and all the rest? >> animation would be a huge deal. not just put pixar on the map but it was going to change, eventually come to put apple on the map. neil: right. >> it eventually led to some changes that happened at apple. but at pixar -- neil: made it cool. >> it made it cool. pixar became really cool. we learned how to trust john lassiter and andrew stanton. that is hard to do. creative mistakes are real expensive. for an executive to trust their creative people it takes courage. neil: would that be, obviously couldn't be everything you
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wanted. couldn't be everything steve jobs wanted if trump were to get elected or hillary clinton for that matter. can't be everything they want. you have to get stuff done. what is the lesson here? >> they have to go to pixar to figure out how to do it, become great innovators. neil: you have to be open to ideas. >> requires two things. you have to have passionate intensity to do great work. on other side you have to have willingness to collaborate. those two forces pull against each other. passionate intensity has a lot hubris with it. the power to collaborate requires you to yield. finding that balance is really hard. pixar perfected that balance. neil: you had a lot to do with that. a little humility and humor. neil: it goes a long way. rest they say is history. lawrence levy, former pixar cfo. it's a from pixar and beyond.
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he would tell you not to do this, a primer at politics. that is freebie at fox business to extend that in lessons learned what i think is one of the most successful corporate pairings ever, ever. we'll have more after this. r. roller derby. ♪ now give up half of 'em. do i have to? this is a tough financial choice we could face when we retire. but, if we start saving even just 1% more of our annual income... we could keep doing all the things we love. prudential. bring your challenges. ...one of many pieces in my i havlife.hma... so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler
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that is about the best rally for fox a in four 1/2 years. 22% increase in net income for the september quarter came out yesterday. giving a nice boost to some other media stocks. discovery communications up two%. keep your eye on viacom. a lot of speculation surrounding reconnection if you will of viacom and cbs. guess what? cbs report the earnings tonight. cbs expected to report a 11% jump in eps from the same quarter last year. ahead of the report shares are up .25 of 1%. we'll have all the detail after the bell. let's get you back to neil.
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>> questions went in and good answers for bernie. at some point doesn't bernie sanders get tired of it? they're alling him all these names. they're cheating on him. doesn't he tell his supporters to go vote for trump at some point, right? neil: safe bet today, bernie sanders campaigning on behalf of hillary clinton ticket. he is not going to do that. but i'm here with kennedy, who is one of the real people here to say how real people would handle a situation like that when you discover after the fact that just as you suspected they were saying awful things about you in emails and correspondence like that.
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kennedy good to see you. >> neil, wonderful to be in your presence. i love the brown suit. it's reminding me i would love a cappuccino right now. neil: okay. no tough question for you. where was i? what was i going to say? >> we were talking about bernie. feeling the bern! what is he doing? neil: he has to be feeling the bern. this is mean stuff coming to light. >> if he has any integrity, he is supposed to be the authentic candidate with integrity of anyone in the race. neil: real deal. >> it appears he completely sold out, forgiven her sins, when she was caught on tape calling his supporters essentially basement dwellers. neil: right. >> he went on one of the sunday news shows, says she is absolutely right. if i were one of the people -- neil: why is he doing that? trump is worst alternative or being a good soldier? >> there are plenty of progress serves don't like donald trump but still tend to stick to their
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ideals. susan sarandon came out in full support of green party nominee jill stein. there are plenty of people out there who firmly -- neil: is she moving anywhere trump gets elected? >> she would move to canada. immigration laws are very tough. they are already building the wall. they are not waiting for transition in power. neil: currency -- >> looneys and -- neil: loonies, oh, my good. politics always makes strange bedfellows, that i understand. there is a lot going on where i would like an establishment republicans who have to, they're gathering coming home to trump, i guess he likes. >> yeah. neil: there are progressives who are kind of all right, we'll stay with hillary, but, particularly hers don't seem really that jazzes by it. >> no i think you will see that in voter turnout. we'll be on top of it as you helm the election coverage on fox business network. neil: what we're on top of? >> we'll talk about some of the
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results from the election. neil: gotcha. good. maybe results. go ahead. >> anyhow, we will see how energized hillary's supporters really are, because there has been poll after poll -- neil: i don't think they are. >> they're not! neil: compete with that four years ago or certainly eight years ago for barack obama. you're not going, but to be 20, 30% off that is not good. >> that is why she made such a huge long-term play with latino voters. hoping places like florida and texas they will rally around her. even in arizona and make her more competitive. we don't know how the race will shift this weekend. neil: yeah. >> we know within six days she saw 11-point spike in tracking poll. neil: or could it be like 1980? >> depends what happens in next couple days. we saw bret baier last night lay out a case from anonymous fbi sources how her server had been hacked. neil: right. >> with 99% certainty.
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the fbi still has two laptops from her top operatives. neil: do people understand this? and do your viewers libertarian argument at all, by the way you were very rude not only to me but i was happy to be on. >> i was so nice to you last night. neil: who is guy running in utah? >> evan mcmillan. neil: you were horrible to him. >> eventually. neil: i would never come back on your show. >> it started out rough but -- neil: it did not end well. >> it ended beautifully. neil: it did not. >> some people say that the nicest interview they have ever seen. neil: that is nicest interview you've done? that was nicest one? >> nicer to him than bill weld. i person i supported and completely betrayed by. neil: that is shattering to me, you always struck me as such a nice person. >> i know, neil. you lead this wonderful example. here i am taking hatchet to people's reputation.
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neil: i don't say this in bad way, i am grateful mother teresa has passed away but if she were a guest on your show. it would be badly. who is going to wi >> so much could happen this weekend. we think the jell-o mold is set. neil: there is one more surprise. >> i wouldn't dig into the ambrosia, that's all i'm saying. neil: thanks for the food analogy. heart healthy. i'm telling you, her show is phenomenal. she is great. if you're a mormon running for office could be kind of dicey. but it's a great, great show she will join me -- are you working this weekend? >> i will be absolutely with you on "cost of freedom." neil: what is it, ralph, insight and analysis? >> that is absolutely right. neil: you can't give one without the other. some might give you insight but hello. >> want cheerios without milk? neil: hello. there we go. doesn't that make you want to, i can't wait until fbn is on this? well, we are. we're keeping track of what is
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going on with the voter fraud situation in florida. yesterday we just heard about it. today, today, they solved it. fb. in, this story broke on fbn. we solved what could been like a big election disaster. you're welcome, america. more after this.
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♪ neil: all right. you know, adam shapiro is is like breaking stories every day. he is in florida. i guess he loves florida. so he feels, well, i've got to break stories which he has and he revealed all this issue with potential voter fraud there but snuffed it out very quickly as soon as we brought it to light. what is the latest? what have they addressed here, adam? reporter: well, in broward county going forward they will have representatives from both the republican and democratic party in the room with the canvasing board overseeing the verification of the ballots. i want to show you how this is supposed to work here in pinellas county. it is working and we got video of this process, neil. when you take a look of the video how the mail-in vote, one be verified, you see in the video you see people loading ballots into machines to be counted and scanned and counted. but it is boring part of the video that is key in all of
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florida because in 67 counties, canvasing boards for the boards of election are supposed to look at envelope which the ballot comes and verify signatures and addresses are accurate of all the ballots mailed in before they're opened and the ballot is taken out. in broward county that was not happening. that is happening in pinellas county. so don't worry about the video you're seeing. in broward county it wasn't happening. when we spoke to blaze ingoglia and you spoke to him, it could create potential for some mishap or fraud. here is what he said. >> they would have had not, you want to assume the worst but they would have had the power to do almost anything they wanted because no one was watching them? >> yeah, that's right. that's why we took swift action, i sent that letter off to the supervisor of elections. this is unheard of. it is really disturbing it got this far but we're happy that we were able to shine light on it. reporter: so again, broward county the allegation was that
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the ballots were being taken out of envelopes without being verified. here is what broward county said about all of this. quote, we are following the standard practice for ballot by mail preparation. we haven't done anything different than we've done in the past. but although they say they weren't doing anything in the different than they have done in the past they're moving forward with judge john frye. a county judge was appointed yesterday. he is now in charge of overseeing the canvasing board to make sure ballots are being verified. as i wrap up, 150,000 ballots were already counted before they put in what you might call the proper verification procedures. there is no way to go backward on that. back to you. neil: so how do we knothat those 150,000 were properly counted? reporter: you notice i'm being very quiet. neil: i see that. >> 150,000. neil: you much prefer to be on the beach in miami, don't you. i'm telling you didn't have to
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do as much work. thank you, my friend. great job. >> in all seriousness. you got it. neil: finish your point. reporter: in all seriousness i will use pinellas county as an example. here they have already gotten 250,000 mail-in ballots returned. this is pinellas county, not talking broward. in pinellas county in 2008 and 2012, 73-- 7 ballots were actually ineligible. that is very small number. that is pinellas county. florida was won by 574 ballots in 2000. neil: everyone is crucial. thank you, my friend. great job down there. adam shapiro. we're awaiting melania trump. she will be speaking in pennsylvania. it is going to get busy very soon. [pony neighing] what? hey gary. oh. what's with the dog-sized horse? i'm crazy stressed trying to figure out this complex trade so i brought in my comfort pony, warren, to help me deal. isn't that right warren?
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neil: you have seen this video of crowds last night, they just found out they will be getting fbn live weekend coverage and election day coverage, second to none, inside analysis, all through this weekend we are live. other business channels will be knee-deep in skillet commercials. trish: we will be here all weekend long. milani a trump to make her debut the first time speaking since the republican convention in july. donald trump seems to have the momentum. will she help him close the gap with women? welcome to "the intelligence report" from washington dc. melania to speak in pennsylvania.

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