it's tuesday night begins at 6:00 p.m. eastern time right here on fox. here's the question of the night, dol4ñ you care about the midterm elections? go to xdqfacebook.com/thekellyf. let me know what you think. (4f$anks for watching everybodyf this is "the kelly file." welcome to "hannity." #a82j5ñ a fox newsht alert. we are six days away from the highly anticipated 2014 midterm party continues to gain momenta=ftr(t&háhp &hc% ¿uags$rgputñ mind, will the gop be able to win back the u.s. qdwsenate? back withyrvx us tonight with a billboard, bill hny+%ey >> nice to see you. i'm doing ].well. we/7s.dp@v canvassed headlines throughout the day.y+;c÷ we were with you last night, and we saw a few tweaks today. buthhz again j we are $z)55-45,]%[;e six da away. republicans still feel good about west virginia and montana. >> and south dakota.
>> because 13, latest poll. q(u on that. >> thank you. points. t hq!rk a lot on your mind today. together it's about 12 points outhl$zshere.ñr9♪ you already made south dakota in the republican category. &háhp &hc% >> and there was news out of iowa today as well. we see2os this trend, right. i mean, we've been talking about we iowa. clear politics. overall,i&ck my math. how'd i do? now we pop back out. now you're at 49. i know you like alaska, right? >> i didn't like the poll that came out.
i didn't like the outlier, it was a polling company i'd never heard of and alaska historically been. &háhp &hc% >> i believe dan sullivan is take that. >> that closes at 1:00 in the now you're at 50-50. so i started to look at early voting this week, right? louisiana's early votingv: per ep$;dr yesterday. and what did they find? they found that there was a big turnout for republicans and democrats. they found african-american turnout was a bit s )# in theá impact -- >> i had bill cassidy on my radio show today. will be decided in december. >> i agree with you,ñr early deeeber. but yowout ticking that in the red column. >> i xdam. there was one poll out today that came out that had cassidy up by seven in a head-to-head matchup. now, after november there's going to be millions and millions of dollars poured into
louisiana. >> yeah. >> between that ?mzrunoff. for now i would put it there. >> out inhe colorado, as. republicans are up 80,000 right now in the number of ballots that have come back. >> what's the usual number? >> it's not that +çvhigh. 10,000. >> coryt(6v3i gardnerñr --xd >> but colorado's all mail-inó1ñ now. however, &jñindependents now ar registered at a muchs7 higherñe and they too have turned out as well. so republicans generally speaking they feel good about colorado. >> feel good about cory gardner. >> for jfnow. so now you're at 52-48. tell you the theme we're picking on. the fox polling that came out last night. okay. this is -- look at this, sean. r ñ#gñ midterms? are 41. so that would seem to favor thed gop. >> i agree with that. >> just advance one time here.
this is how close the countryqq >> evenly divided. but -- >> the polls --6z not do you believe that the president's policies are on the ballot? if they weree2 where are you?r >> 58%okñ> i think that is a really good indicator. i guess it was last week when you were on the program you also went through all the swing states, all the important senate race states where in fact approval number. >> approval,]iñ disapproval. you're exact$q right aboutfá t. we're watching all this. >> one thing we forgot, i would go here. >> tom cotton? >> i would go with tom kocotto. i don't know about north surprise me inó(l?é the last"bf days.da georgia still scares me if you'regx-c a republican.fñ scar. are very unpredictable right now. >> you're right if it's 53-47. ifg# you hold kansas, if you'r republican -- >> you have to hold kansas.
those too if you want. so my prediction 51, 2 or 3 stands. >> still today. thank you,0 buddy. six days and7n' counting. >> we'll see you.t.ìáhp &hc% giving them control of both chambers of congress, how will the adminiration navigate the remaining two years in the white house? joining us now is fox news chie white house correspondent our friend ed henry is with us. >> thank you. >> all of these things we keepi hearing areq-r coming after th election. we're going to get the president moving oni] otherlñx i]issues. what will we expect if it's axd republican house and senate? >> well, they continue to say there's no official planning going on for the possibility of a republican taking over the s=n publicly he's still confident de9$m!ts are going to keep hold of the senate. if you look at the polls bill hammer just went through, this is not done for either side by any stretch of thek imagination. so many of these!/ senate battl are so close.p but when?oú youq talk to adviso
outside the white house, on ÷ elsewhere, democrats say of course there's quiet planning going on for the possibility they have to be the bt is hopeful of when you talk to hisñi advisors in priva x and they stress if they were to losea6/m% control of the senate, there #gñ clintwnkq==-k drubing in his first midterm election, it was him toñr work with republicans, they got welfare reform, all kinds of other stuff dov leaders likeñi mitch mcconnell who have not wanted to work with the president. and you've had the presidenxr nt necessarily reach across túl with them either. so would they be f+ to come togetku$ññ as youñi mentionedñr that issue immigration and -- the president signalled those are coming after the election. if they can work with republicans, poking them in the eye on an immigration executive order or two or three is probably going to make things
worse. >> but you have immigration, they've also delayed the announcement of what health care costs how they're going to go up after the election. then there was a report out today that in fact the president might be signing on to the idea of bringing ebola patients to the country. there's one report that the president's angry that some of the democrats are running away from him. is that true? >> well, they insist on the ebola issue. this was a low-level staffer circulated the memo, the policy never went anywhere and they're not going to bring ebola patients here. we'll see. we've seen many democrats running from the president on the trail. that's why the president hasn't beenñi involved in the senate races. he's only campaigning in i think you're right that immigration executive orders might really poke republicans in the eye. might make -- get thisñzoff on the wrong ñitrack. but think about something else the president delayed. heñi delayed nominating a new attorney general to replace eri holder. there's all kinds of other nominations. if he's going toi& want to get those nominations through that
are coming after the election, if he's dealing with a republican senate, he's going to have to meet republicans halfway on at least some of these issues. so there's going to be big fights áayuahead, but there ar opportunities the white house republicans. i've heard a lot about corporate tax reform for both sides. there are republicans and democrats in this town that think, look, both sides have talked about it for a long time, but you finally have a mix where both sides are invested in the process and not just democrats running -úfkeverything. but it's republicans running the congress, democrats running the white house that may be the final get corporate tax -- i think it might still be pie in the sky, sean. >> ed henry, thank you. joining me with his take on whether the gop will in fact pull it off on next tuesday, we welcome back former senior advisor to]ñnk president georg/ bush, karl rove. you see the latest numbers, saw my analysis. agree or disagree? >> i#+ñ agree. little color on a couple points you and bill talked about. first of all, i agree with you.
arkansas, real clear politics averages five points. louisiana it's 4.5 in a head-to-head matchup between cassidy and landrieu. and i agree with you, both of those i think are likely to be republican victories albeit louisiana takes until november. excuse me. until december. you touched on colorado. and bill made the point that you have unaffiliated, you know, decline to state, voters that don't identify with either party. that's right. they've cast a lot of ballots. given gardner's lead udall would have to take 63b@ ofbxdt(fá t in the ballots in order to even up and erase the republican advantage. i'm beginning to feel increasingly better about tend to have a largerop percente of hispanic voters. hispanics are about 14px ÷ of t electorate, theg voters. the closer you get to 14, thex÷
you have it at 7, 8, çó9, 10, 1 maybe on the upper side, it tends to have a gardner lead. turnout is going to be down just afá littl% bit from its share of the electorate. bottom line is i agree. >> where are you with iowa? and where are you with alaska? those are two of my picks. /a early voting there is going very well. i mean, the democrats are leading, but they're leading by like 6,000 votes, and at this point four years ago they were leading by 18,000 votes in the early voting. and that was an electionxnthat they lost the governor's race 53-43. so i'm feeling good that the ground are doing a much better job of matching the democrats in early voting. alaska, like you, i'm familiar with one of these pollsters, not familiar with the other. but particularly the one that gave a big lead to begich just doesn't feel right. they don't suggest any big movement but it has tightened the race in the real clear
politics average to 2.2. i think this is a small state, small population, big state geographically, as they like to but a small state from ahóhyñ population perspective and the ground game is going to matter a lot there. one other thing is going to talk about. sean trendy over a realclearpolitics.com did good work on the standing of an incumbent and their likelihood what's the fate of the incumbents? if they're at 46%, in the modern era 54% of the senate incumbents at that level won. if you were at 44 to 45, 30% won re-election. that's where udall and begich are today. this is where kay hagan is today. and this is where marya4]5 land there's
been a big surge in just the last week for scott brown in new hampshire. and the last two polls show that tom tillis kay hagan, it's a direct tie which i would say the tie goes to the challenger over the incumbent. and the points you just made. where are you on those race sns. >> new hampshire -- first of all, new hampshire has the smallest percentage of undecideds of any of the real clear politics averages for the ten competitive races. fooled, it's just over 4%, let's say five to be generous. ÷ñr because new my changing their minds. i saw the polls leading up to the 2000 gop primary showed bush in good position and just a few days later lost by 19 points. they're fullyñi capable, totall engaged. there's a big+o debate tomorrow night. so far scott brown has done a magnificent job of cutting this race basically her lead in half in the month -- in the past
month. >>t( polls >> in fact, yeah. new england college poll. now, north carolina is a similar situation only here the incumbent has got a very low rating, jean shaheen is at 48% in the polls. large number of&h9 in an "ç>zff-year election like this the?; undecided vote tendo break for the party out of power, in this case the republicans. again, we've had a terrific close. on the fm? of october in realñ clear politics tom tillis was down four points. today he's down by one in the real clear politics average. and we've seen a spat of polls recently where he's tied or ahead by one point. he's closing strong. again,ñr as this showedas -- >> all right. last question -- >> down 43% where she is one out of every nine times -- of every nine times -- >> are you'ook worried ñ kansas? are youe0&á worried at all abo georgia, which is surprisingly close in that g#urace.
swing back toxd'c purdue and ga in the public polls. he's now up in the real clear politics average again by half a point. higher when they add the fourth poll into it. libertarian involved. i will say i'm worried about i will say i'm worried about early voting. being cast by african-americans. democrats wanted to get to 30%. early votes wereh16ú cast by african-americans who are going to goxd largely for michelle, t democrat.mw&ìáhp &hc% roberts. behind, now he's less than a point behind. i think momentum is continuing to go, but he's had some some good debate performances. i'm going to be watching that one closely. if he wins convincingly then we're going to have a great night. >> karl rove, thanks for giving us the lay of the land. appreciate it. >> thank you, sean. >> tune in tuesday night fox news channel's election
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welcome back to "hannity." full-out panic mode. in north carolina democrats are now they're using despicable race-baiting tactics. 9 to t instead, he made it harder for communities to come to vote by restricting early voting and voter registration. and failed to pass efforts like stand your ground laws that caused the death of trayvon martin. >> things have gotten uglier in davis and her
supporters continue to attack republican greg abbott for having a disability. watch this. >> then we have this guy that kind of rollsl2#5÷ around thinke can get tort reform for himself but take it away from everybody else in the state of texas. )feñ here with reaction the als outspoken author, columnist, anne coulter. >> i can't believe we'repigpç fy going to have this election. seems like it's been going on forever. >> the race card, it's happening in georgia, it's happening in north carolina. >> yeah. >> happens every election year. >> yeah. >> by the democrat. i'm going to give you the history and then i want you to go off on this. >> i wrote a book on the history. >> that's true. >> when you don't vote, you let another church explode. when you don't vote, you allow >> on june 7, 1998 in texas my father was killed, he was beaten, chained and dragged three miles to his death all
refused to support hatelp crime in -- it was like my father was al >> they are in favor offá1eñ affirmative action if you can dunk a basketball orlp sink a three-point shot. but they're not in favor of it if you merely have the potential to be a leader in your community. don't tell me we've gotp a col blind society. >> going to put y'all back in chains. is based on the fact he's a black man. every year. >> well, republicans are -- some republicans are in excellent position to counter it. it's the democratic party, i have the whole history of racial demagogue lyndon johnson opposed
the civil rights bill he later claimed credit for once he was president. and the democrats pretended to care aboutwof about six seconds and then suddenly civil rights became the right of a lesbian to take her date to the high school prom, the right to have an abortion and now of course the right of foreigners to move here and take black people's jobs. that's how republicans need to hit this now. we're the party that is opposed to guest worker programs taking your jobs. it is well-established thatjf immigration hurts black workers the most. >> how do you feel aboutxw> the election now? we have somez5ífz pretty close . to pick up the senate. >> i wanted to mention one other thing. i'm very happy to see wendy davis again. because as a regular viewer of msnbc, i haven't seen her for a while. it's funny how every electi//ñ liberals, the media, will choose ñ designatedlp candidate, the golden girl, it's always a girl. and instead of reporting the news, they try to make news.
oh, my gosh, it was wendy davis -- oh, we heard about her endlessly. let wendy davis be the next governor of texas. she's kind of faded from the other networks, hasn't she? >> she's losing by about 16 now. >> we shouldn't waste time on her. we need to talk about, for example,q joni ;cxzernst.ñr are you goingzv tofd,ñ play th? >> this has gone viral. we'll explain in aw3 minute. >> i have a beautiful< little it goes with me virtually everywhere. but i do believe in the right to carry. and i believe in the right to defend myself and my family whether it's from governmento> should they decideq that myc [ apploq >> úg6eja[okay, now the crucial here is, and you+adut may have youty voeed it go back again. i%ñc media is ñs÷100% lying what you just heard joni ernst
said. she said she supports having a ok government that wants tonp)q away my rights. the over iowa ri now to ask her, oh, would you shoot a cop? would you shoot the supreme court?tdkr(t&háhp &hc% no, she's obviously talking about the possibility of some future tyrannical government. your birth control and don't you think you'd havei-7ñ right -- o 2mq government i might add. but the difference between a government trying to takev my rights and$x the8i governm enormous. i'll give you an example of it. i defended chris&b,+x matthews he talked about how he thinks of the president or he said a m/cu makes love to his wife. everyone thought he said theä,ñ presidmnt but i;>ú said, no, he said añi it's like thinking of baseball.
the and a makes a huge conservatives even if they don't like republican candidates to vote. why? >> we arelpw3 never going to red obamacare. forget taking the senate. we have totcj take the senate. seats. i would like to get a few more. we have a tough election=ksúy - have to vote republican. we will never and oh my gosh to think that we wasted money and time onzv kansas and kentucky. and luckily liz cheney, i might add, did not run. tonight. rupyou just have to rack up the numbers. even for someone -- look, i 'd( speeches and so on in north carolina and tom tillis would be in a better position to attack this if he had not supported the guest worker programs. but look at north carolina even if you want to run greg brannon
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one name, geraldo. good8@ to see you. all right. this is interesting to melpñ fo% i feel bad 21fá days, i understd how she feels. but ifçó i have a cold and i se any of you, you're all three don't come near me, i'm sick. if i have the flu, i'm going to say thén÷ same rb1áhing. if i come to work and i'm hacking and coughing, i'mb=s go to cough awe way from you. this is ebola.#gñ sense to quarantine yourself because we don't know how it's fully transmitted.g$cñ thought. >> why is 21 days a hardship foi anybody? when she has s/e firsthand in west africa thejf fatality of ty disease? here's an alternative. you're not allowed back in this country. you get a 21-daylpñ quarantine allowed back here. again, it's selfishness. it is pure selfishness. >> here's the worst part of it. we quarantined our military guys that are in there. we have two policies under
obama. one for the military. they get quarantined. >> hypocritical. notice how byñi the way nbc didt spend the money to fly!["5u@/81 "today" show studios? did you check that out? the difference between her and contracted ebola is that this ladyñi volunteered to go over there and she came back, the thermometer showed she had a fever so the]zx did the right thing. and they found out she didn't have it, then they let her go home. so this defiant attitude between her and the doctor who came back and lied about his whereabouts they had to find his medical card and credit card giving these volunteers a bad name. >> i think that the problem here is that she was a selfless hero everything -- >> she was selfless there. >> she really did ⌞1cñ wonderfu wonderful thing. and when she got to new jersey and she did indicate fever, the jersey authorities at the preparation. it was almost as@i"cz they said
hey, gang, let's make a quarantine tent outside the yard in a clear plastic with no an. it was8g÷ç ridiculously amateu way new jersey provided for her. >> cdc on october 2nd said any hospital in america can take care of ebola. >> the hospital in newark didn't know what the hell they were doing. now the problem is she is she righteously earned in africa byq being arrogant and scaring her neighbors. >> she talked aboutçq'er constitutional rights. >> but it's about her neighbors have constitutional rights also. an actually legally quarantine or isolate you if you have an infectious disease. >> go back to the days of polio, smallpox. >> cholera. >> flu. >> even influenza, 1918. so you have the flu, thatrt kd 700,000 americans, worldwide millions. was it right to quarantine in thoseù9fcases?
of course it was. this is a 70% death rate. it seems, you're right, i will go and help people. i think this act is selfish. >> i agree.xb>n;jt&háhp &hc% she squanders selflessness and nobility for arrogance and attitude. >> can i add, some politicians understand not president obama, understand that even irrational fears can turn intozcs somethinr very real. i'm talking about panic, that's what some of:3"x these guys are trying to man/ql@tr(t&háhp &hc% >> is the governor of maine doing the right thing by putting police out there saying you're going to bexcquarantined? >> they were elected, these v÷!z politicia politicians, to protect the american people. that's what they're elected to do and that's what they're doing. turns out if this state department thing is true that they're going to bring in a bunch of ebola patients -- >> that's not true. >> it's not true? >> it's not true. >> it was a state department memo -- >> whoa, whoa.
>> a state department memo that was captured said they were >> asked on tuesday if they're beingçó forced bytúqcç conserva media toxd say there is no poli nor anyf policy pondered that would allow ñrnoncitizens of -- ebola infected fáñinoncitizens [ overlapping speakers ] >> six days out of election and they know it would be suicide. >> how -- contemplate and put it in a memo. >> united suckers of america. >> by the way, i wanted to say about up in maine, those mainers, he's protecting from all those angryxd neighbors. >> maniac at the door. we'll continue after the break. later tonight, two police officers california gunned down in the line of duty by an illegal immigrant deported not once butág> twice from this country. but because our borders are wide open, he was killed. family members of one of the
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locally.ñi we've followed you forever. and we're getting nothing from0ó nowhere. >> i feel like going down there ten tiubo has done nothing.ñ then,zv people like you, i mea these are the best of the best. guys put their lives on the line for us they're being ñrkilled, and the still do nothing. i was in a wear house full of drugs.÷ that is coming across every day. we do nothing. (ire family is law enforcement. my husband and i are retired sargeants here, my folks have to go through losing a son, worrying about us, now, losing a grandson. my other nephew, michael's middle brother is a sargeant with placer county. for the first time in my life, i am afraid for my ownzv flesh a spent my career on.
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