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opec's decision to cut oil prices by 2 billion barrels a day. copper relatively flat. and that's it for us tonight' thanks for being us. have a great weekend and good night from new york. trish: we have details pouring in after special counsel robert mueller issues a series of memos in connection with his russia investigation. but so far no apparent proof of collusion with russia. robert mueller alleging former trump campaign chairman paul manafort repeatly lied about a variety of topics. federal prosecutors coming out swinging against michael cohen. recommending he receive four years in jail, even though he cooperated with prosecutors. here is mueller's so-called
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biggy. the filing says that michael cohen provided crucial information about new contacts between the trump campaign and the russians, including outreach as early as november, 2015. joining us, mercedes colwin, and curt selector. the filing reads 2015. cohen got contact information about a russian national that could offer campaign synergy on a government level. the person was talking about a possible meeting between mr. trump and mr. putin. but here is the thing. that meeting never happened. it never happened. and cone never even reached out to arrange a meeting.
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we live in a global economy. and this is disinformation. speech that wasn't acted on. why was mueller wasting taxpayer dollars suggesting a level of guilt because someone has a contact in their rolodex. >> i don't think the special counsel has much interest in cone. he came in with a recommendation he get jail time. i think cohen misrepresent and overstated we had. and was the only person saying he had anything at all other that mainstream media. trish: do you think that's why they are giving him such a hefty sentence? >> he was promoting himself because he wanted a deal. he was auditioning for a deal through the press. i don't think mueller had much interest in him at all. they didn't go to bat for him
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today. trish: misty, having read through all these documents, do you see anything in here that really shouts out russia collusion to you? >> nothing. yet again, this is the next set of the documents where there are some facts thrown out there. new information. but nothing that links trump to russian collusion. with respect to' michael cohen. the federal prosecutors from new york take a hard line. though mueller a little kinder to cone. he didn't recommend anything. he didn't say that there shouldn't be leniency. he said it should be a mitigating factor. but look for something, anything against the trump administration. trish: don't drink a white russian.
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don't be caught drinking a white russian. i'm making light of it. but in all seriousness. i get, you can't lie to prosecutors. you cannot lie to the doj. you can't lie under oath to congress. all that stuff is serious stuff. but when we try and piece together what happened in 2016 and the theory going into this from the left that donald trump worked deliberately with the russians to steal the election from hillary clinton, i don't see it when i read over what came through today. >> michael cohen was supposed to be their shining star. here so is one who flipped -- here is someone who flipped. he's trump's lawyer. the fact that he was given the maximum under the recommendation tells you he wasn't giving all that information to demonstrate
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collusion. he didn't give information to the point that prosecutors would say of course we have to be lenient. his level of cooperation would influence the sentencing. he didn't help in terms of moving the ball along in establishing collusion. >> i served under mueller. i think what gets people upset is the contrast between his aggressive investigation and the non-investigation of and hillary clinton emails. i don't think as many people would be complaining about the special counsel if i'm had gone over the emails and the foundation with the same enthusiasm and hard approach to it, but within the bounds of the
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law. i think mueller is moving towards something. it might just be another reports or indictment. it would be hard to believe as an investigator that so many deals would be cut and so much cooperation solicited not just from man form *. trish: you worked so closely with mueller and misty morris here on set. when somebody is put in charge of something like this as robert mueller, there is a desire to come forward with something. the public has said go for it. and you have a blank check to go for it. but if you don't come back with proof of collusion and conspiracy between the russians and donald trump, do you feel like you failed? there is pressure for a prosecutor? >> is that for me? trish: yes, chris. you worked with mueller. >> i serve directly under him
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for 2 1/2 years. i'm as conservative as anybody. i don't want to see anything bad happen to this president. but i will tell you mule per is a fair man. he's a marine. somebody gives him a mission, he'll go after that mission with everything he has. trish: mercedes, i'm wondering what happened with the russian dossier and how the heck did hillary clinton and her cronies paid for research that ended up in the hand of the fbi that was good enough to get a files ra warrants. and they never told the judge where that research actually came from and it was funded by hillary clinton and her team. why isn't robert mueller looking at that, mercedes? >> frankly as a federal prosecutor, we represented clients in the throes of a federal investigation.
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we don't know what maneuvering this mueller is doing for the background. but to your point, he should be looking at everything. anything that can establish innocence and anything that can lead to further investigation and information. but to ignore information -- trish require's trying to prove someone on trump's team is talking to the russians. but he's not looking at that other stuff. i feel as an america we all deserve answers. i just want to know why the fisa warrants are based on opposition research. this is a slipper irslope for americans and our privacy. >> that's why there seems to be such a dichotomy here. why aren't we going down that road? let's go back to what this is
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supposed to be. this is supposed to be an investigation on whether there was foreign interference in our'' election. how are we not looking into fisa warrants based on information that is fictitious. that's something we should be. trump temperatures new nominee that may take over for whitaker may go down that road. he has spoken about that before. there are other avenues that aren't being explored. trish: i'm going to talk about this coming up. you have the house dems saying they are going to look into some of this stuff. they are not so underred in having investigations into whether there was bias at the fbi. and we know there was. we have only to look at lisa and peter's romantic or not so pro man particular texts. just piling on how much they hated trump. there was bias and the democrats
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don't care. was there a political component. i know you worked for bob mueller and you think he's a stand-up guy, but is there a bias that's dangerous? >> under comey it was. there was bias that was corrupt to the core. inspector general i think is looking hard at fisa abuse. i think he produced credible report on mccabe, i think we'll see mccabe indicted for lying and try toition frame others through his lies and leaks. and democrat horowitz, i have got to think he's looking hard at the fisa abuse. we aren't heard anything about it. if i would be surprised if he didn't find fisa abuse. the dossier forming the basis for fisa.
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opposition research. improper, inappropriate, and does taint the fisa. trish: i don't care what side of the aisle you are on. somehow a judge is presented with this dossier and nobody bothers to tell the jingt was funded by hillary clinton and her team. i mean, that's not the america we know and love nor want to live in, right, misty? >> you got it, trish. mercedes, good to see you. fresh intel on the breaking news we brought you. whistleblowers revealing the clinton foundation misused funds. the quid pro quo promises made to donors while she was secretary of state. straight ahead, newly elected democrat socialist alexandria
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trash * three forward with alles of quid pro quo promises made to donors while hillary clinton was secretary of state. congressman mark me do is set to hold a hearing on this next week. joining me, ned ryun and mallory hagan. the allegations of impropriety that have been out there for years and years. all kinds of stuff. the premise is you could pay for
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access. if you just turned over a nice check for share the to the clinton foundation, suddenly things were getting easier for you. >> we talked about uranium one situation. but between 2010 and 2012 the clinton state department approved $165 billion in thunderstorms deals to the nations that had given donations to the clinton foundation. that doubled the sales to these countries from the bush's second term. when you look at the 2014 audit of the clinton foundation it had $235 million in assets. they only gave out 3% in grants. trish: mallory, what's your defense as a democrat to these
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charges? >> my reaction is that this isn't a partisan issue at all. if there is wrongdoing and there has been commingling an investigation needs to take place. if the allegations are true, the clintons should be held accountable. but it seems like this is a well-timed allegation and investigation of the club on foundation based on what's happening with your president. so i will be interested to see what happens. trish: i'm surprised it took so long. one of the things that irritated me. there was a report in "the atlantic" that talked about the speaking fees her husband received that coincided with the state department letting ubs
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clients off the hook for tax evasion. you pay bill clinton one big check and mysteriously dozen of your clients get off the hook for tax evasion in it seems inappropriate. there is something known as the chinese law in some households for reasons. >> the fact they are raising so much revenue while she was secretary of state for the clinton foundation and last year dropped 26 million. i think the biggest question of all this is this. do we believe there are institutions and individuals who are too big to fail or do we actually believe in the rule of law? this is the big question. i believe that the clinton foundation is a charity fraud. people go to jail for charity fraud. congressman steve stockman got 10 years for charity fraud.
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trish: if in fact it is or was, then they deserve to pay the price for it it's been out there for so long. i have covered some of these cgi events, and then the international one they hold in new york city and i'm always truck by how much sort of other so there. i have never met so many nigerian billionaires. you somehow get this sort of free pass. if mallley are you is still with us. do you have perspective on the cgi event and the money they charge and people coming from all over the world. then suddenly you are getting the stamp of approval you paid for from the clintons? >> i think that's how charity
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events work. people pay astronomical amounts of money to have dinner with people who are important. but ned mentioned the rule of law and people not being about of. the one event that takes place today, people are saying donald trump shouldn't be held accountable but hillary clinton should. if people are doing things that are wrong, particularly people in positions of power. trish: mallory, you think he should be held accountable. i am trying to figure out what exactly the left really thinks happened. what is your gut feeling mallory? and maybe it's not yours. maybe you can speak for your party as for what donald trump effectively did with the russians that mueller is so key to investigate right now and as we get all this news as memos
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regarding sentencing recommendations are quite relevant tonight. >> well, i think what he has done is he collude. what we'll see. trish: what do you mean excluded. >> proof, give me proof. >> whether it's the clintons or donald trump an investigation has to take place. trish: what does that mean? you can talk to anyone you want. it's a free world. we live in a global economy. if you are a business person and building real estate or licensing your name for real estate projects, moscow is a great place to be. that's the reality of the global world we live in. it's a global environment. i am losing you. i think you are coming in and out. darn. ned will be let's finish this off with you. mallory says collusion is the
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problem. what is collusion? what exactly does that mean? >> the basic argument the left has been making for over two years is somehow donald trump, the duly elected president of the united states colluded with russia to win the president of the united states. we have seen nothing over the last two years with the mueller investigation that pointed to prove of collusion. i think it's just a fairytale. i have had this conversation with you. trish: maybe if there was some conspiracy to commit a crime, then we would be talking about something. but so far no evidence of that and no evidence tonight of any of that. >> alan dershowitz said the only thing that has been found guilty because of the mueller investigation process crime, no crimes in any way point to collusion. i don't think you will ever see evidence because it never happened. trish: ned ryun, and mallory
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hagan, thank you. we have fresh evidence that jerry nadler vows to end investigation into the fbi and doj. the democrat claiming there are no political biases at the fbi. right? yeah. congressman nadler, did you see the hundreds of text messages between former lovers -- i hate that word -- boyfriend, girlfriend. peter strzok and lisa page? the ones that clearly display their hatred for president trump? how are you out there saying there was never any bias. the ones where they vowed to make sure the president, now president would never make it to the oval office? there is a whole lot of bias there. i'm setting the record straight for you on why these probes must continue. don't go anywhere.
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>> the entire purpose of this investigation is smaller. there is no evidence whatsoever by the fbi or any of this other nonsense they are talking about. trish: come on, really? incoming house judiciary chair jerry nadler saying he will dismantle the investigation into the department of justice's actions in 2015. lawmakers have been trying to figure out of course whether there was a deliberate effort to undermine candidate and then president trump and as i reported last night for you the fact that the fbi investigators never told the judge the dossier was paid for by hillary clinton and the dnc when they went to get the warrant, that is kind of a problem, very big problem and understandably should be
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investigated. the public has a right to know what the heck happened. mr. nadler and other house democrats say nothing to see here, just keep on going. they actually are insisting there is no bias at the fbi, none. that really takes some gumption to sit there with a straight face and tell america there was no bias at the fbi. tonight i'm setting the record straight. i don't care what side of the aisle you are on here, there is no possible way you can sit there and say that there was no bias at the fbi unless of course you don't know what the word means. look at the text between peter strzok and lisa page who are looking into trump's ties and russia. it will take you down memory lane here. omg trump is an idiot.
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he responds he is awful. hillary should win 100000000-0. i don't know if that's the definition of bias i don't know what is mr. adler. politics aside those two really didn't want president trump to when. this is just a small sample here across more than a year and 50,000 text between lisa page and peter strzok. here's another one for you. trump is not ever going to become president, right, right? strzok, no, he won't. we will stop it. why is much? let's be clear the american people deserve, absolutely deserve to know what motivated these fbi officials. i don't care if you don't see any bias
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there is no way anyone could possibly see those tax and sit there and tell you there was no bias at the fbi. jerry nadler is just going to ignore it all? >> is going to norelle. peter strzok says we are going to wave an insurance plan against this president. andy mckay the number two at the trish: i want to know what was going on today to destabilize
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the presence ultimately successful campaign what happened with that hold dossier. opposition research makes its way into the hands of the fbi and present it before a judge to get a fisa warrant and no one ever bothers to tell the judge who paid for that research which was hillary clinton and her team. >> what is the motive of democrats wanting us to investigate that pay the dossier paid for by the dnc paid for by hillary clinton to bruce ohr at doj who works for gps passed to jim kobe -- jim comey. not just an american citizen but someone working on the trump campaign. we need to investigate that so why would democrats want that? reagan that makes sense. let me turn to the news breaking
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tonight and that is mueller coming forward with more of these memos. as i pored through them and you maam have a legal background, i don't see anything that would -- okay coalition definitely. the president and his team colluded with the russians. there definitely instances of michael cohen for example having a conversation here at their and also that is an issue but the actual as far as let's work with the russians to steal the election from hillary clinton, that is not there as far as i can tell. >> it is not there. with the regard to the present there's no wrongdoing and i will quote peter strzok there is snow they are, they are. those were his words after 18 months of investigating. here we are two years later a lot of effort put into this but they are still know they are, there with regards the present. yes michael cohen engaged in
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wrongdoing. the president did not. we have wasted a lot of taxpayer dollars. trish: a lot of time and a lot of taxpayer dollars but i will handle -- handed to the administration. i would imagine some ways they did lose posted activity because it was a distraction frankly and even judge kavanagh said if you go back to one of his law review articles back in 2009 he said hey in some ways he regretted the investigation that he worked with ken starr on and bill clinton because he felt it took bill clinton away, mentally away from going after osama bin laden that is a waste of time and resources i suppose. >> this president is plugging right along achieving at a record pace, more legislative victories in the first year than any president in history and he's doing it with special counsel.
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trish: kaylee, thank you. good to see you. stocks tumbling today. investors uneasy about the ongoing trade investigations between the u.s. and china. the president is doing what he needs to do. in other words he's going out there and saying i'm going to put you in your place. no one else has bothered to do so, at least publicly. he wants to make sure our national security is not at risk and frankly long-term our economy is not at risk. if we don't do it now when will we? we have one chinese expert on the consequences of what happens if we don't take a stand on china right now and socialist alexandria cortes says she has all the answers and solving the problems in this country. her outrageous idea, next. you ok there, kurt? we're about to move. karate helps... relieve some of the house-buying...
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>> the person ambassador bolton were aware before dinner. trish: neither where we are you are saying now. >> it's an interesting recollection and what it would speak to a thing to me is the problem we are having more broadly with china and the bad behavior. trish: that was the assistant to the president for trade and manufacturing policy peter navarro telling me that the president and his team are totally unaware of the rest of the cfo of that giant chinese telecom company. the arrest was made hours before the present and chinese president xi jinping agreed to a 90-day trade trees. new tonight that executive facing charges of fraud accused of attempting to evade u.s.-iranian sanctions for five years and now after 30 years in
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a u.s. prison. the coming collapse of china authors joining me now. it's amazing they are resting this woman who is a big, big deal in chinese society and they never bothered to tell the president while he is sitting down to dinner with xi jinping with xi jinping. >> she is royalty in the communist system but it could be a quince events, trish and the reason is china's challenges multifaceted which means our response to beijing is also multifaceted and of course some of our responses are going to bump into other ones. as china poses more of a challenge this is going to happen more often. trish: i think it's not just my hunch and not just sanctions she was violating but you have to look at it intellectual property theft in espionage. >> huawei didn't become the
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biggest by itself. stole cisco technology and the technology of other companies in beijing pushed it around the world. trish: to the tune of $600 billion a year, gordon. >> it's hundreds is of billions of dollars a year. we don't know if it's four, five or six or whatever but the point is when you look at all the surveys in the studies such as the less intellectual property in the u.s. trade representatives they'll point to hundreds of billions of dollars a year. trish: if we all deal with this now if we just say okay we are going to keep allowing people to do business in china and a lot of these ceos don't care because there are annual profits so they want to show their active in the chinese marketplace. we don't say hey guys not a good idea because taniesha now your company may be a business because they have stolen all of your technology could what are the consequences? >> the consequences are we
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become a third world economy exporting agricultural products and scrap metal. that's completely unacceptable. intellectual property is an existential threat to the american economy by the way the chinese look at this and they say this is not an economic issue or they look at the whole concept of comprehensive national power. to soviet idea. that means if they attack our economy they think they are attacking our society and our military. trish: let me ask you a think about what ronald reagan was able to accomplish with the soviets, the dismantling of the soviet union. if trump is truly successful with china and it may take another four years for him to be able to accomplish something like this could we see some kind of an equivalent? >> we certainly could because right now the chinese economy is fragile. confidence in china's really low because xi jinping is blamed for starting a trade war with united states prematurely so he is in a
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difficult position. that means a lot of manufactures right now are thinking about leaving china. this is really consequential time and presidents cup needs to succeed. trish: gordon chang thank you so much i would add to that we are their biggest customer. they actually need us more than we need them. we fuel their economy because we buy all of their stuff. a lot of people will tell you they hold all of our debt and yes they do but don't forget they want to get repaid. if they were to say okay we are not going to buy any more debt from you or if they had to deal with us saying maybe we are not going to pay the full amount on that debt, then what happens? then they are left with a whole lot of paper that is not worth a whole lot. in other words this is a relationship i would say the works both ways. don't forget that china could newly-elected socialist democrat
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trish: new tonight socialist darling incoming freshmen to congress alexandria cortes raised a few eyebrows. she said, the way we get to quote racial and economic justice in america is you just have to fix global warming. i want you to see this. watch. >> it's inevitable that we are going to create jobs and it's inevitable we are going to create industry and it's inevitable that we can use the transition to 100% renewable energy as the vehicle to truly deliver an established economic social and racial justice in the united states of america. this is going to be the great society the moonshot civil rights movement of our generation. trish: to tell us how any of that would actually work in the steps we need to take to get there as i have said over and over again. that's because socialist don't know how to do math.
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their math isn't any kind of math that we know. here to react authoring concerted analyst adam johnson and advisory board member of madison. it's like they don't know that one plus one is two. they don't understand. >> two wonderful ideas clean energy a great idea justice for all, great idea. one does not equal the other and there's no way you can get there from here or it there from here but don't tell her that. she throws out all these wonderful lofty topics and gets people excited. trish: she's really into the climate change thing. a lot of people say it's the biggest issue right now. it's not the safety of our country or our economy it somehow climate change. that is and what is your reaction to that? >> i'm sure by what she said. what is very concerning to me is the fact that this is someone
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who is representing many people from the state of new york in congress. that's scary and someone representing the movement to a lot of young people look up to her and they shouldn't. she is clearly an educated on this and this is one of many things she has said that are way off base. trish: do you know who i blame for example for her success is president barack obama. i blame him because the economy was in such shambles really for eight years. these these millennials better coming-of-age they never really had a shot. they graduated from college and a lot of them are camping out on their parents couches because they couldn't get that same opportunity of the american dream and maybe they are angry about it and maybe alexandria cortez represents some kind of future for them but if you look back at why we are in the place we are in and why socialist aren't catching on its because the economy is so darned lousy. >> you know if you roll back to
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2008 when markets were floating and i was still a traitor back then it was pretty scary. the federal reserve came in and bought bonds when nobody else would but then they kept buying and they kept buying and then they ran up the deficit and then the government jumped in. trish: barack obama was out there saying business was bad. so now she is out there with bernie sanders and they are pretty different but they speak the same language and for whatever reason is resonating with a lot of young people and timmy madison it's scary. >> it is scary but i understand where their frustration comes from. many coming out of school working hard to pay their way through college and having no opportunities. they are frustrated that the problem comes with so many of them who complain and they voice their frustration but they don't take the time to see they could make significant change in their
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lives. trish: look it's not that hard. i used to say this during the barack obama years. it's not that hard. cut taxes, less regulation to make businesses understand they do play a vital part in society. there are all kinds of socialism concerns out there right now and i talked at length about the challenges. you look over in france for example obviously very different before the danes start going after me. >> are they giving you a hard time? trish: every now and then. venezuela is not france and france is not venezuela but you look at the riots there in the streets, people are fed up and they think when you don't have a fair equitable system this is the reality. >> a part of the problem and one of the reasons they are fed up his the government is trying to
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ram all kinds of regulations down their throats. people loved ronald reagan because what he was saying was we want to unleash the power of the american spirit and that happens by the way and small business. it happens in universities. happens with entrepreneurs. happens with what we are all doing here were just talking about the greatness of this country. trish: i love the idea that government should be here to help it stay out of the way. >> look at france. low-income people in france have been negatively impacted by these policies. there was one woman to pay $1100 a month and $150 for -- . trish: matteson thank you and adamwa thank you. we have more coming up, next. you've got a good record and liberty mutual won't hold a grudge by raising your rates over one mistake. you hear that, karen?
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>> if the north koreans follow trauma commitments they made in singapore president trump will deserve the nobel peace prize. he opened the door for them. now they have to walk through it. that's what we hope to make progress on at the next meeting. they have not lived up to the commitments so far. that's why i tank the president thinks another summit is likely to be productive. trish: nobel peace prize, what do you think? will president trump ultimately be able to get north korea to give up its nukes and if they does will he get that nobel
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peace prize? tell me what you think. i always love hearing from you. you can go to my twitter page @trish underscore reagan and of course you can find me on facebook at real trish regan. i hope you have a really terrific weekend everyone. jerry baker's interview with john bolton right here. from the fox studios in washington d.c. this is "maria bartiromo's wall street." bre happy weekend from washington. welcome to the program that analyzes the week that was and helps position you for the week ahead. i'm maria bartiromo. joining this week from washington d.c.. we have another star-studded program this week. coming up in a few moments capital market ceo doug mcgregor will give us his take on what was another wild week on wall street. then later one on one secretary stephen mnuchin is just ahead. hurst davis standing by with the big headlines from everything from wall street to main street, deirdre.


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