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report tonight. every time i see her on tv i want to reach through and strangle her. >> also ahead, hillary clinton under fire for not scolding that man who was talking about carly fiorina. we'll tell you what's going on. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the post debate blues. that is the subject of this evening's talking points g(÷ because we have no agenda here, i don't watch the debates with a rooting interest i'm simply interested in seeing if presidential candidates are really looking out for you. i believe you guys should be able to make up your own minds about who did well and who did not do well in the debates. as i said last night after all the investor binge was verbiage is over there isn't that much difference between
rand paul and john kasich. senator paul doesn't really seem to seat urgency of the chaos overseas and governor kasich is running on humanitarian conservative platform in an age of deep anger against liberal tenets. therefore, i believe those two candidates will not succeed, at least not this year. that leaves six viable contenders for the republican nomination. if you believe the pundits marco rubio and ted cruz gained momentum. ben carson and donald trump held their own. not enough to overtake or challenge the leaders. the one after debate ]l,pju that struck me as completely ludicrous was this. >> what was the mood like in that room because it appeared to me the moderators didn't ask very challengingñ : questions. >> well, i think obviously that depends on how are talking about. to me one of the most fascinating divides that was on display on that stage last night was on the issue
of immigration."?zcoassc >> miss costello has a history of provocative statements and she is, of course, entitled to her opinion. but come on, come on. the fbn moderators were on point, control the situation and covered a lot of ground. they should be proud of themselves and that kind of well i didn't think they really asked valiant questions. that's the memo. joining us from his headquarters in new york city donald trump author of the big new book "crippled america" how to make america great again. i think the book is about america. >> it's about america. >> some clarification i need some stuff clarified tonight. do you know putin personally? do you know him? >> no, i don't. i was on "60 minutes" with him four weeks ago. i didn't shoot it at the same time. they did him and then they did me. >> they did you different segments so you never met him? >> and it was a very successful show. >> you didn't meet him.
>> no. they had us on together. i call us stable mates but we never met. >> you told me a few weeks ago when you first announced you said you believed you could make putin your friend. >> i do. >> do you still believe that? >> it's possible that i couldn't. if i couldn't i would get somebody else that could. that's what i do i make friends with a lot of people and that's how i have become successful. it's one of the reasons. i think putin is somebody who would be much more friendly towards this country than he is right now. he doesn't like president obama at all. and i understand that. they have a very bad chemistry and that can happen. in all fairness, i have that with certain people, too. i don't have that with you but i have it with plenty of people. i will say that we could get along together. >> you would try to win him over and make him your friend. maybe give him a golf membership. hit a few balls around. something like that. now, you remember president bush the younger, saying that he looked into putin's
soul and saw a good guy or something like that. you remember that right? >> i have heard that, yes. >> okay. and then putin hoses the4oi÷ u.s.a. whenever he gets a chance. i'm not sure that's because -- >> -- that's because he is given the opportunity. >> still. >> i mean, the people we have that represent us don't know what they are doing. so he has that opportunity why wouldn't he do it? i could do that too to whoever i'm dealing with. >> what did you think of marco rubio. >> it is the right thing bill. he is not representing us. he is representing russia. if he can make a deal because we have stupid leadership, i wouldu6 say it's the right thing to do for russia. >> he didn't make deals he just rolls soldiers in to cause destruction and shoots down airplanes. what did you think when rubio said -- >> -- well, he does what he has to do. >> what did you think when rubio said putin is a gangster? >> well, i don't think it's a good thing to say because let's assume that one of us get up there and we have that statement to live by. it's very -- you know, it's a big obstacle and you have to go through that obstacle
to get a little bit friendly. look, i have been dealing with people all of my life. sometimes you deal with people you think are rough people and they end up being very easy to deal with. you never know. but i think that's a tough statement to make upfront because it really is -- you know, you have to make up for a lot of lost territory once you make a statement like that. >> all indications are that he is a gangster and the capitalism -- >> -- he is a tough guy. bill. >> it's more than that. >> he is a tough guy. >> being killed over there journalists being killed. this guy is getting money and parking it in switzerland. you know what he is anyway, let's move ahead. i like ike remember i like ike. you were around then. >> a lot of people liked ike. >> he deported, as you rightly pointed out about a million, maybe a little bit more illegal aliens back in the early 1950s. do you know what the program was called? >> now they think it's 2.2 million. >> all right. whatever it might have been. do you know what the program was called? >> i do, but
the term. i wouldn't don't like the term. >> the formal thing is the brosero program. it allowed mexicans to come n world war ii to work in our defense] industries and agriculture because why we had a labor shortage. what happened a lot of people deported across the border and eisenhower says you are corrupting the agreement we have so he would going to haul you back. believe me when i tell you mr. trump, that was brutal what they did to those people to kick them back. i mean, the stuff they did was really brutal. it could never happen today. >> i have heard it both ways. i have heard -- >> -- no, no. >> we would do it in a very humane way. let me tell you truman also sent 3.5 million people out. so you have to check on that. but truman, before ike sent 3.5 million people out. >> i would have to research that i'm not sure. but i said last night and this is absolutely true, you
have gotten a lot of currency and a lot of popularity on your tough immigration stance and i back you on the wall. i back you. but i also don'td/o=÷ think you could deport these people because the federal courts would stop you and they would say each person that trump, has to have due process. >> they are here illegally. >> it doesn't matter. >> the supreme court would absolutely rule they all have to have due process because they are on americanb# soil. you know that. >> do you remember when you said about the anchor babies that there is nothing you can do about it and i said yes, there is? >> right. >> i was right about it. >> no, you weren't. >> frankly all you need is a simple yes, i was. you don't need a new amendment. all we have to do is go back to congress and have a rather -- it's been fully vetted now bill. i was right on the anchor babies. >> the courts have ruled twice against the anchor baby stuff. you have to get a constitutional amendment to overturn that. you might be able to do it.
you need an act of conscious. >> you could change the law absolutely. but you count do it retroactively. now, who do you think. >> you don't need a constitutional amendment. >> okay. who do you think right now at this point in history is your main challenger among the republican candidates? >> i think they are all challengers. >> come on, give me one that you you think i would say people are thinking in terms of cruz and rubio. they say on the other side, the side where they have been elected to office but other things they don't have. they don't have my experience. certainly i have created tens of thousands of jobs. i have built a company that's worth many,ií many, many billions of dollars. a great company with very little debt. tremendous cash flows and i deal with people from all over the world. i deal with countries from
all over the world. who has my experience? nobody has ever done what i have done. >> i don't think you are the one that's being attacked for a guy who couldn't understand the thing. that's more carson. nobody with credibility is saying look, trump couldn't handle the work. i didn't hear that but i think -- >> -- believe me i can handle it. >> he know. but i think cruz is closer to you than rubio is. last word? >> well, you know, it's very interesting. i was standing next to rubio last night. we got along fantastically well. is he a nice guy. and ted has been fantastic. i have a lot of good relationships that you wouldn't even believe. and last night, standing on that stage people that you would think are not getting long with me or we don't get along with, you know, we have actually some pretty good relationships. it would be surprising to people. >> maybe some time salad putin will join you on the stage and you can go bowling. everybody will be friends. it will be great. >> you will be the first one to cover it.
>> trump we appreciate it we know you are busy and thank you for taking the time as always. next on the rundown senator rubio will join us and carly fiorina. also ahead more chaos on college campuses as radical students are running wild. those reports after these messages. (vo) what does the world run on? it runs on optimism. it's what sparks ideas. moves the world forward. invest with those who see the world as unstoppable. who have the curiosity to look beyond the expected and the conviction to be in it for the
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continuing now with our campaign 2016 coverage. joining us from columbia south carolina, senator marco rubio. now, senator rubio did not hear the interview with donald trump i have to bring him up to speed here. i asked mr. trump who he considers his main competition at this point in time. he hymned and hawed and i pulled it out of him. the two names that surfaced were yours and ted cruz. then he said you guys are like the three amigos, all right? you are pals, you are buddies, is that all true? >> well, we get along. i mean obviously he says things about me i don't like
and so we respond and visa versa but at the end of the day we get along. i see him at the debates and we have a nice time talking. look i think we all want the same thing at the end of the day and all of this. we don't want hillary clinton to be president. we are going to have a friendly competition about who the right person should be to take her on and the democrat. but in the end we are all going to be on the same team we can't afford to have another fourk years like the last eight years and that's what hillary clinton represents. >> okay. he said you made a mistake by calling putin a gangster because if you are elected president you are going to have to deal with putin. and he says he is going to make putin his friend or at least try. so that, i thought was a pretty decent point if you call putin a gangster, and i think he is, i absolutely think he is a gangster then, you know, you go in with a poisoned well against an adversary that you are going to have it deal with. >> well, look, first of all vladimir putin doesn't take that an an insult. "60 minutes" when they asked him that specific question they told him marco rubio called him a gangster he
smiled how can i be a gangster i'm in the kbg. it's important we know who he is and what i is all about. we are still going to have to deal with him because united states and russia we possess over 0% of the nuclear weapons on earth. that doesn't mean we should be fooled about who he is or how he makes his decision or what his long-term goals are for the world whoor russia's goal is for the world. that's what he is. he is basically a gangster. organized crime figure and that's how he governors his country. i feel bad for the russian people. >> so do i. >> i was surprised that the moderators and this is the one question i would have asked that they did not. did not hone inux finances did not make a scandal out of it. did not do that just a question of information. that's what i have for you are. it has been established that while you were in the house in florida, that you used a republican credit card to pay personal expenses. you did reimburse.
that has been established okay? but why would you do that? why wouldn't you just use your credit card? why drag the republican credit card into it? >> well, first of all, it was a card secured under my personal credit in conjunction with the party but it was my personal credit. for the first two years i used it six times for expenses that were personal. i didn't reimburse i paid them directly. it's a credit card not a charge cad card. i said i wouldn't do it again bec& you are talking about it creates confusion. this has been around for five years. it's a silly story. the finances that i care about are the finances of the american people because you have millions of people in this country working harder than they have ever worked before and barely making it and living paycheck to paycheck not making any money on savings account. interest at zero. kids owe thousands of dollars ineç student loans. that's an important issue in the campaign. i'm glad that yesterday's debate was focused on the big issues and not these you know, silly things that have been talked about for five or six years and have
been dealt with already. >> you know, i remember the "new york times" article on you got traffic tickets on the front page. and when i was in fort lauderdale last saturday night i did a riff on that. i said if senator rubio only got four traffic tickets in, i don't know, what it was six or seven years, i think he is an extraordinary driver. >> yeah. 17 years. >> if you go across alligator alley just driving across you are going toñññi get nine or 10 tickets. you go through these towns they are going to give you three tickets. that's just it. he is the best driver in the country if he only got four tickets down in south florida in that period of time. >> i'm in the driver's hall of fame. >> i know the state real well. you drive across the state you are going to get a ticket. hey, pull over. okay now is the media out to get you, marco rubio in your opinion right now? >> well, their number one bias is conflict.
they need there to be conflict. it draws eyeballs. i do think there is a double standard when it comes to those of us who are conservatives. they hold us to a different standard than they hold democrats and liberals, especial i. i do believe that in much of the mainstream media i don't think that's a fact in dispute or can be disputed. if you look at how people like ben carson have been covered, myself and others, it -- you see that double standard at play. but you know that. when you are a conservative, you know that this is is the way you are going to be treated. at the end of the day do you want to serve our country you have to go through. this you answer the questions and you focus on the things that really matter. and that's what i have tried to do on this campaign. >> all right senator. fbn was much different than cnbc right? you got a share shake last night, right? >> well, it was about policy. our people deserve to hear about that. i thought last night was an excellent debate because it was about policy. >> very fair. all right senator, you are welcome any time. thank you. next carly fiorina her name came up with hillary clinton on the campaign trail. pretty interesting
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personal story segment tonight, while on the campaign trail in new hampshire yesterday hillary clinton held a round table for some vets and carly fiorina, former ceo of hewlett packard came up. >> i get laid off. it's 20,000 of us, we get laid off right? she told us it was for cost-cutting. a couple of months after we get laid off, 20,000 people, she bought two jets to flyyp,a executives around the country, instead of using commercial. every time i see her on1x#y÷ tv i want to reach through and strangle her. [ laughter ] you know, i know that doesn't sound very nice.
[ laughter ] >> i wouldn't mess with you. [ laughter ] >> all right today some are criticizing mrs. clinton for not scolding that man. joining us from caramel indiana is carly fiorina. what do you think about that >> well, first i can understand why someone who is laid off might feel badly about it. it was a very tough time. i think he has his facts wrong about the two corporate jets, but i understand that he might be frustrated by that. it was a very tough time and we had to make some tough calls to save 80,000 jobs. i think -- you know, i don't take umbrage with him or i don't take umbrage with mrs. clinton i do take umbrage with the clear double standard that exists in the media. if this happened with the conservative candidate the liberal media would be all over and asking to apologize and all the rest of it. >> it happened to you. >> exactly. >> it happened to you some guy said that president was a muslim or something and you just kind of just blew him off you didn't say anything. didn't that happen to you? >> yes it did.
and what's interesting about that, you are exactly right bill, is i have corrected people many times before. i have said, actually, the president tells us he is a christian and i take him at his word. this is the one time, because i didn't have a lot of time, and, of course, the media is all over it. so, guess what? news flash the media is biased. this isn't anything new. and we just have to deal with it, unfortunately. >> i want to be fair though, it was obvious. >> it's not going to rattle me. >> i want to be fair because that's the kind of guy i am. this guy obviously was making a joke. he wasn't threatening you in any way shame or form. >> of course, as i said i didn't take umbrage with it. >> i think it's 4 million hits a day saying i would like to go through the tv and strangle o'reilly so we are very used to that here. [ laughter ] okay, i'm in good company then. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. i mean we know what that is. last night it's hard for me as an analyst and mustfv be 10 times for you as a candidate to not talk when the
questions are all swirling all around you because you guys -- you know, you were in the middle of the pac as far as time was concerned. it was pretty good. the moderators tried to get everybody in. but it's frustrating because for long periods of time you don't say anything. >> well, that's the challenge of a debate. i mean, you have very substantive questions that you're being asked and that you need to answer in a substantive way for the american people. and those candidates who don't answer substantively i think don't advance their cause. on the other hand, it's also a live event and so there are dynamics going on arnold you. >> yeah, interruptions. >> i think it's more interesting when people mix it up a little bit. >> i thought everybody did pretty well. >> it's challenging and interesting. >> i thought everybody did pretty well last night as i said in talking points rand paul he doesn't see the urgency of the overseas terror threat and eliminates him at this time in history and john kasich is running a
very humanitarian republican plat form in the age of anger i don't think that will do good. i think everybody did pretty good. you didn't see anybody throwing up behind the scenes. i thought everybody was quite calm. >> no, no. quite the opposite. i have to give fox business network. >> they did a great job. >> they asked substantive questions and gave us time to answer them. everybody comported themselves. i was very pleased with the message that i was able to get across and so we'll ten to continue our message to the american people. >> would you say i'm being unfair if i say that you're a long shot to win the nomination? you would say that was unfair? >> well, not at all. as a matter of fact, i'm less of a long shot now but when i announced my candidacy on may 4th not only was i 16 out of 16, but the polling' companies didn't even ask my name when they called voters because i had such low name i.d. less than 4% of republican primar@@y=q m had ever heard my name. now i'm standing on a main
debate stage. there is no other candidate that has this trajectory. >> this is how i think it's going to come down for you. i don't think you are going to win the nomination but i do think you are going to be the secretary of the treasury. alexander hamilton was the first one there. i think you are going to get a cabinet position. maybe even a v.p. slot. that's how i see it and i'm wrong all the time ms. fiorina, believe me. as the factor audience does i'm not an oracle. i see this stage of anger here and i see the four guys in front of you, i don't see their -- them waning all that much, last word. >> well, i would just say that i am the qualified candidate to win this job against hillary clinton and the most qualified candidate actually to do the job. at a time when we need a president who understands the economy. who understands the world who understands bureaucracies how to cut them down to size and understands technology. but i would say this, bill. the pundits have been completely wrong about this election every step of the
way. so if you are wrong this time and i think you are you are in very good company. [ laughter ] well if i am wrong, you know he will admit it. and you know what? >> well, it will be clear. >> i have got to say though i think you have really waged a terrific campaign for somebody who is not well known and i think you handle yourself there with terrific dignity. you are straightforward. i think you are an honest have you had and you are doing the best you can. >> and we are only getting started. we're only getting started. >> you are always welcome here. thank you. ed henry will have more on the clinton campaign. fbi investigation a little later on. there is plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. more chaos caused by political radical students. somebody is going to get hurt or die. wait and see. we'll have the latest. also miller on ufos and crocodiles guarding drug prisoners. wow. i hope you stay tuned for those reports.
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factor follow-up segment tonight, chaos on some college campuses. as would reported last night radicals at the university of missouri and yale university are causing big-time trouble. friday at yale the william f. buckley jr. program offered a freedom of speech seminar. here is what happened.h [shouting] >>
[ applause ] >> with us now here in new york city eboni williams and monica crowley. if you were president at yale and you saw this as seminar they wanted to discuss freedom of speech. this guy comes in and tries to disrupt the whole thing. calling everybody names. security has to drag him out. would you expel him? >>? a new york minute. i would expel that student and any other student trying to engage in this kind of disruption and trying to shut down free speech on campus. >> you would expel the student. >> yeah. >> next day you have 3,000 students calling four use resignation because you are a racist because you are this or you are that they are blocking the campus. >> what you see in these kids is what lennon called useful idiots tools being used for much bigger cause.
unless you have people in positions of authority willing to stand up and push back against it to restore order by enforcing discipline, you will always have this, look, universities have been hot beds of activism for a long time. now you are reaching the point where the first amendment is under direct assault. >> it is. >> not everywhere, by the way. at boston university john silver dr. silver, the late dr. silver walked into a cauldron, i was there.oé&,ñ i saw it tough guy but he had the board of trustees behind him. you don't have that, you're done. >> that's why administrators enforce discipline instead of leftist thought. >> at yale they say you can't wear insensitive halloween costumes you can't dress as bill o'reilly you might offend everyone. university of louisville put the picture up the president had a party at his house and it had a mexican theme and the sombreros and a few mustaches and that's a racist picture. and then the president says
oh yeah, you are right i apologize. ebony, is that a racist picture? >> i think it's -- it can be. >> it's insensitive how? sombreros. >> it could be construed as mocking someone's culture. i agree with you bill, you are 1 huretion% right it's t. is free speech. >> he is the president of the university. you believe by having a mexican themed party for halloween you are mocking. >> it depends. you go a step further and it's black face and itz is insensitive. >> it is isn't black face they're wearing sombrero. if they were dressed up like the cartel member who escaped, maybe they would be mocking them but this is -- you walk into any mexican restaurant. have you been to a mexican restaurant. >> i love mexican. >> sing a few songs. >> they are mexican so it's different. i want to make this point. you talked in the open about university of missouri. and yale. they are very different. what's going on at yale is free speech. they have a right to do it
and the professors have a right to free speech seminars. missouri viable threats against campus safety that isn't protected free speech. >> no it isn't. that's up for the authorities to deal with that. >> some are. >> some are. >> i don't know why this president got in trouble. i don't know. we are investigating now and we will find out the truth. but, anybody can acm anybody of anything. >> of anything. >> and now missouri campus the cops are saying if somebody insults you you come to us and we will take care of it. >> if i call somebody a pinhead, which i do almost every night i'm going to be in cuffs out in missouri. >> i can go to the university -- >> look, there is something much bigger going on here because there are avenues to deal with incidents as they happen on campus. there are ways of going about it that's not what this is about. this is about a much bigger leftist movement. all of these have something in common. shutting down free speech.
>> free speech is great monica. doesn't have safeguards. >> more extreme point which is that in all of these cases you have menacing groups of students and others issuing threats of violence and other threats. >> i have seen more threat from the mob than i am from the individual. i would like to see the police reports. if somebody is threatened, file a police report. >> and missouri, he has charges against him right now. >> when we come right back, it will be miller time, ufos in los angeles. crocodiles guarding convicts. miller is nextment
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>> now, that teacher melissa click is still employed by the university. she is still there getting paid. joining us now from santa barbara, the sage of southern california, dennis miller. so melissa click miller, go. >> billy, first off the head gear is to mock jack hailey sr. the tiananmen from the wizard of oz. >> i get it. >> look at that woman. that woman has somehow made it into the halls of academy, that horrid thug. that is the face -- look atc that it's like carrot top with a goiter. that is the face of the empathetic left. and i'm telling you, i don't want to sound like professor in planet of the beware of the jack do gooder the rarest. the violent. no shame. this is harry truman's home state. must be turning over in his
grave so quickly if you hooked cables up to it you could power an electric generator for god's sake. that's the woman who cares. you know, if any one of the 12 candidates from last night showed up on that campus outside of john kasich, they would be booed pictured, driven off the campus. she is with the faculty. that's how crazy things have gotten. >> like a ward churchill situation remember him from the university of colorado. >> sure. he and elizabeth warren dances with donors both claiming indian lineage. they have never been in a casino. >> we were last week. l.a., did you see the ufo come down and the aliens abduct the mayor? >> no, i was with you. so i missed the ufos on the rope. >> okay. do you know the story here what went on? >> yeah, i do. i read about it the first thing that happened is governor jerry brown thought he was having a flashback. they had to drop him off the ledge. but, billy, let me tell you what they are doing here.
they are war gaming to keep people in the state when it starts to go under. because there is around 10000 people split this state and the whole thing falls off into the ocean. i wasn't sure if this had been actually space aliens i want to assure you folks space aliens if you are listening or monitoring this broadcast the moment you land here, you automatically get drivers licenses, in state tuition and there is a new law that we cannot isn't you back to your home planet so come, it's a sanctuary solar system. >> i heard though despite all of that they took one look at the tax sá california and got back, zoom. and just for everybody -- that was a naval test of some kind of thing the navy was doing. everybody went crazy. last thing indonesia a guy named booty the head of ante narcotics force in indonesia. he wants to build a prison on a little island and have
crocs patrol the waters i'm for it. >> indonesia for john smith. that's like the regular name over there everybody knows the crocodile prison guards is wrong. it's got to be alligators with uzis because they have got those little arms and they can control the shoot radius. you can't break out of a prison armed by. [ laughter ] >> i don't even know what i'm saying. >> that's nothing unusual. do you know the difference between -- >> -- you can't bribe a crock tile, billy. oddly enough they like those big christmas cans of caramel corn. they love it they sit there and you can also get them with wallets and loafers and you would think they would be per get my segment off i'm in trouble. >> i don't think would have that crocodiles what kind of water do they live in? salt water? alligators fresh water. thank you very much, miller. >> thanks professor science. >> you're welcome.
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turn this around. what did marco rubio had a town hall meeting, someone stood up a guy, and said hillary clinton makes me so angry i want to strangle her and marco rubio laughed about it we'd be facing a little bit more heat. >> he was just using cloak wall i. that we all use. >> what's interesting is politico has a story that the clinton carp insists this is overplayed. what i'm hearing behind the scenes is that the clinton campaign is telling some of their big campaign donors that it's completely overblown. the f.b.i. swooped in because they're concerned there could still be classified information out there. there's nine, ten, eleven
different intelligence agencies. the problem for them is if any part of this story is true in that former state department officials are being interviews wharks do you know about hillary clinton. they feared that sharing this overe-mail might be lacking classified information. that's a lot different than the clinton camp is describing it. >> politico blew it on the dr. carson front. >> it's anonymous. >> i had an interesting thing today. a guy asked me to coan interview about killing reagan. i said i'll do the interview, but not in any anonymous sources. there's none in the book.
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president obama waited until the end 06 time in office to sign an executive order for amnesty. hispanics don't seem to realize they are being farmed for votes. interesting phrase. juan gutierez, santiago, chile. way too difficult in america. i speak as a millenial with experience. the real issue is border and visa security. congress would seal the border, control the border. that means a wall. the other stuff could be reformed. i'm sorry you have to wait so long. i know millions of good people are waiting and waiting and waiting. it's all about the border. stopping people from getting in here walking across and drug smuggling. cameron neglee. bill o'reilly you fail to mention the p's resignation. well, maybe, cameron. we're not chiet sure.
the university of missouri, i agree with you. things are getting out of control here. joyce miller, starbucks is not against chris mas. they are selling candy-filled advent kalen dears. i stook up for them last night. deborah, mr. o' reilly i am surprised you did not interview some of ri began's contemporaries for "killing reagan." then you don't understand the book. do not write big ra fillings. we write about situations that we find compelling. for patten, we didn't talk to the general's family. we did not report on his life. just the last few months of the war in europe and it's very strange death for killing reagan. it's all about how his near death experience affected him. we never interview anyone with an agenda or an emotion in the
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also, we'd like you to spout off from factor anywhere in the world. if you wish to opine, word of the day, no chuffiness. again, please remember the spin stops here because we're looking out for you. >> breaking tonight, new evidence that was started with a campus protest in missouri, may be spreading to more colleges and universities as small groups of students use kplants about race and diversity in a big place. you'll rewrite the rules for everyone. and now, a 2016 race for the white hougs. good evening, everyone. i'm megyn kelly. we are in a different stud e studio because we have with us a specially-picked focus group. and the first topic for everyone is the chaos we have seen this week on a growing number of college campuses. it started with a remarkable series of events at the university of missouri. in a period of roughly