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donald trump now on the offense. a new strategy and tonight the presumptive republican nominee is taking on secretary hillary clinton in a way we have never heard before. in today's speech his first since the campaign shakeup, donald trump tried to refocus his campaign and this speech looked like a sure sign that the trump train is full steam ahead to the general election. >> hillary clinton may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the united states. to cover up her corrupt dealings, hillary illegally stashed her state department emails on a private server. she is under investigation, but it seems like nothing is going to happen. her server was easily hacked
by foreign governments, perhaps even by her financial backers in communist china. this fact alone disqualifies her from the presidency. we can't hand over our government to someone whose deepest, darkest secrets may be in the hands of our enemies. hillary also wants to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to settle middle eastern refugees in the united states on top of the current record level of immigration that we already have. for the amount of money hillary clinton would like to spend on refugees, we could rebuild every inner city in america. hillary clinton's message is old and tired. her message is that things can't change. my message is that things have to change. [ applause ] and that this is our one
chance. she believes she's entitled to the office. her campaign slogan is i'm with her. you know what my response is to that. i'm with you, the american people. [cheers and applause] >> donald trump supporter and former contestant on the apprentice omarosa goes "on the record." nice to see you, omarosa.i, gre. good to be back. >> is this a new direction or new donald trump as you look at the general election or is this a detour or we will be back to the same old, same old soon? >> you know, it's just great to see him evolve as a candidate. as we know donald trump is a brilliant businessman. but he is not a politician like hillary rodham clinton. so he is trying to show people that he does have what it takes to lead this country in a new direction. we've had seven years of democratic rule, and americans have to ask themselves, am i better off now than i was seven years ago?
and many of them say no. >> i think that is a key question. maybe it might be fair to say four years ago in light of fact that we came out of recession in 2008 which everyone was suffering then. but, you know, what i notice today, everyone is talking about how this is a new direction of donald trump and secretary clinton. but they are still slamming each other. he says most corrupt, coverup. she says horrible things back at him. you know, as much as i like to think it's a new direction substantively, they are still pounding each other. >> yeah, but you know, donald is very scruffy. is he tough. he survived in this new york real estate market and he has thrived. is he a tough guy. you know, when you talk about equality in terms of treating women the same, he is going to be just as tough on hillary rodham clinton as he was his 16, 17 primary contestants. and so i'm glad to see that he is not holding back because this country deserves someone who is willing to fight for them and go full steam ahead to make america great again. >> you get these huge
audiences. 20,000 people that show up to some of his events. yet, its unfavorables have gone up 10 points since may. why is that? >> well, i think that the $45 million of attack ads that hillary rodham clinton has spent on attacking donald trump, it's taking effect. when people keep hearing negative lies over and over again, it does impact them. but they both have really high numbers. and it's because they have very different styles but, you know, this is the kind of race that you are going to see that the american people want somebody who is going to be honest, truthful, and straightforward. and donald trump tells it like it is. sometimes that comes with consequences. >> what is secretary clinton's most vulnerable point, single one going to the general election? >> there is no question the fact that she has not rest sob nateed with young women. her whole platform is built on the fact that she is going to make history and tray to become the first woman president. but she is not connecting with millennials, with women
voters. young women voters and that is a big problem for her. she has to answer for that and explain why she is not connected with these women. >> and who would be your top choice donald trump for a vp candidate? >> oh, i'm not going to get into speculation. there is a whole wonderful team who is responsible for vetting. >> oh, come on. >> he would love to see dr. ben carson. i happen to like him. i like what he stands for there is a long list of those. i hope donald will make a choice that will impact his campaign positively. >> omarosa, thank you so much for joining us. >> good to see you, greta. >> right now a major announcement about the 2016 presidential election from former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld. moments ago he went "on the record." >> nice to see you, sir. >> thank you, good to be with you. >> always nice to see you. all right. have you decided who you are going to support for president? >> yes. and the way i think of it is
this. on the democrat side we have a known known. on the republican side we have a recent entry who is a known unknown. >> is that the title of a book? >> it is. i'm glad you mentioned that. >> i have a good memory. look, i'm a republican. i don't expect that i should agree with everybody on everything with two great political parties. there is bound to be a range of views. and i wouldn't -- i could not vote for mrs. clinton. >> all right. are you endorsing trump or supporting for him, voting for him? >> i don't know that there is any difference. >> so this is an endorsement? >> no. no one asked me for my endorsement. i'm clearly going to vote for him. i just can't imagine not. >> in terms of secretary clinton, why is it that you wouldn't vote for her? >> well, there are a number of reasons. i think telling the parents of people who have been killed that it was a result of a video when she knew it
was not is not a good thing to to do. i think even worse if you think of intelligence, you have got official business, sensitive, confidential, secret and top secret. and then you have compartments where even someone cleared for top secret is not allowed access to those compartments unless they have a need to know. from everything you read in the paper, she was on that server, had special compartmented information and top secret information. what's wrong with that? well, number one, the information -- we spend billions of dollars gathering intelligence as a country. once people outside know that we have that intelligence, they then can prevent us from getting additional intelligence through that source. and that puts the source at risk. second, the -- any country looking at the way the state department and she handled classified information is
not -- want to put their people at risk. they will refuse to give us information. i have been told this why one country already that they would be -- have to be much more careful about what they would share with us. well, we don't know everything. we have to cooperates with other intelligence agencies. and so i really believe that if she were a yeomen in the navy or a sergeant in the army or the marine corps, the air force, that she be would be prosecuted. i don't know what will happen and i'm not a lawyer. but i think that the idea that when people say that well, who has the responsibility for classifying a document? and she says the state department as though a building has hands and say secret or top secret or special compartmented information. i think it's a serious offense. >> it seems to me, listening to you, that your vote is in
part it's anybody but because you don't want her? >> that's true in everything in life. we are not voting against this person against the good lord. we are voting this person against the two people. >> you are taking the unknown because the one you know is one. >> is not acceptable. >> right. you are not going -- not have a lot of options at this point. there is only one candidate unless you want libertarian so you will take him. >> i also have another reason. that's that i think that sanders and trump have hit a nerve in this country. and people in public life or private life need not be dismissive of that. there is something happening 25,000 human beings to hear them speak. and i think that we ought to give some credence to that that that's real. >> what about the fact that
donald trump has ruffled the feathers of some of our allies? you have prime minister cammeron has said things. does that innerve you a little bit as you make your selection? >> well, i spend 8 days in the caucuses in central asia area. talk to people in other countries. they know i'm a former ambassador to nato. and they know what mr. trump is being reported as having said about nato. and i have staff person go back and tell me precisely what he did say about nato. and then i compared it with what the media and his opponents are saying he said about nato and there is a difference. and i laughed because back in 2003 or 4 or 5 i sent to president bush it's on rumsfeld.com my website, a memo saying that nato needs to be all these institutions
that were created back in the truman era, iran, nato, the department of defense. central intelligence agency, the national security counsel. they all need to be updated. they were created at the end of world war ii at the twinning of the cold war. we ended the cold war and moved into the information age in the 21st century and they have not -- they have not been looked at to be brought up to date to deal with threats and issues and needs that exist today. even though they have served us well over the years, i do think that we need like a hoover commission, a group of people that sit down and really look at those things. the other thing is he said about nato that western europe allies are not spending enough on defense. well, it happens to be true. when i came here, the united states was spending 10% of g.d.p. on defense in 1957 in the eisenhower, the kennedy the johnson area. today we are spending less
than 4%. and our allies are spending less than 2%. now, that -- we're not going to preserve peace if we don't make the kinds of investments in our computer that are needed. >> all right. this week the cia director brennan said that isis is getting bigger, that it's -- you know, it's a growing threat. who could destroy isis better? trump or clinton? >> well, i think the idea of four more years of what we have had over the past seven or eight is not going to do it. i was with al very central prominent european leader in office and it was in a private session so it's not for me to say who it was. they were asked if you had an opportunity to give advice to the president of the united states or the incoming president of the united states what would your advice be? the person answered and said
act like a super power. what's happened is we have created a vacuum in the world so all eyes are turning away from us and expectations have dropped and friends less certain of our friendship and enemies are of a mind that they can do more -- some asked me what will mr. putin do next and i said whatever he thinks he can that's what he will do. people don't do things they think they can't do. but he feels free. >> let me turn now that you and i talked about before. solitary game. you can now get on android. >> it is true. it's been on the apple app. store and now it is on android which is a large market and it's been fun. we had something like 600,000 downloads. >> 650,000. i looked it up. >> oh my goodness.
it was ranked in one of the top ones in the first weeks it was out. it is a terrific game. >> and churchill played it during world war ii. >> he played it a lot during world war ii. he ended up teaching it to andre destark. when the germans occupied belgium. he went in exile and became a good friend of churchill's. churchill taught him. he taught me 30 or 40 years later when i was ambassador to nato, and joyce and i have been playing it and we have taught it to some friends. i was afraid it would be lost to the ages. but, i have have no doubt that you could win. you could do well. >> and the proceeds help vets, injured vets? >> right. any proceeds i make are going to military charities that our foundation support and the money that the churchill people make goes to the churchill legacy. they have been very
cooperative. and we have enjoyed doing it. but it's a challenging game, it's strategic, two sets of cards. you start out as a fan hurst cadet as hunch hill did and move up to prime minister. >> everyone watching this download the app. it's on androids. learn about the churchill solitaire go to gretawire.com and on my facebook page there is a link to download the app. tutorial how to play it and more. well, you can't make this stuff up today dueling campaign speeches. donald trump taking wicked swipes at clinton and secretary clinton taking swipes right back. both candidate speeches billed as major 2016 speeches. impossible to miss the knocks on each other. >> >> he would rig the economy
for wall street again, well that will not happen on my watch, can i guarantee you. >> >> they totally own her and that will never ever change. >> trump will take us back before we were before the crisis. >> hillary clinton has perfected the politics of personal profit and even theft. >> we will make sure wall street corporations and the super rich contribute their fair share. >> she made $21.6 million giving speeches to wall street banks and other special interests. secret speeches that she does not want to reveal under any circumstances to the public. i wonder why? >> economic advisor to secretary hillary clinton austan goolsbee goes "on the record." nice to see you, austin. >> great to see you again, greta. >> okay. austin, tell me why i should not care that secretary clinton doesn't release those transcripts from those
speeches to all those big banks and why doesn't she release them? >> well, we got two things. i mean, first thing i would say though was i wish they have had the reshuffling at the trump campaign. the first version of trump was much more interesting. you know, in the primary, he is accusing ted cruz's father of having plotting the assassination of jfk. he said bebb carson -- ben carson was like a child molester. now the speech today donald trump was just kind of rehashing a bunch ever benghazi and older stuff. why wouldn't you be nervous. i would say two things. >> i assume for whatever reason assume that donald trump isn't in the picture and it's a democrat trying to decide whether to vote for secretary clinton or to stay home and that voter wants to know that democratic voter want to
know why doesn't hillary clinton release those transcripts? why shouldn't that be important to the voter? >> well, i would say for two reasons. the first is we have established what presidential candidates release as they are going along, their health records. their tax returns and a series of financial disclosures. and that's what they all release. we have not ever before had let's release all the trips of all the speeches that you have given. if i are going to move in that direction, i think you should apply that same standard to everyone and donald trump, whatever speeches is he giving, his wall street fundraiser of tuesday, he should give the same. the reason not to be nervous is. >> i'm game for that. >> the reason not to be nervous would be she has a publicly stated position of being tougher on wall street of enforcing tougher rules of the road, strengthening dodd frank, applying a financial fee and since
those are her public positions, you can't go back on your public positions. >> all right. here's the problem. she has given three speeches for goldman sachs, deutsche bank, kkr, i go to look at these institutions. let me stop for one second. goldman sachs paid a billion for its role in the crisis that sent us into a tail spin in 2008. deutsche bank paid a penalty of 1.9 billion. morgan stanley 1.2 billion. bank of america 6.2 billion. they are all to their eyeballs on derivatives that spent us spiraling into economic collapse. she is making a lot of money at it she is giving speeches. why don't we at least find out what she said? this is not inconsequential issue? >> well, as i said, my understanding is that she gave a lot of speeches including to the camping association and religious groups and universities and banks and companies. >> i'm talking with the banks that took us down
though. >> i want, a, there to be equality in what we ask the candidates to release. >> i want it from return it, too. i want his tax returns too. i will get that later at the end of the show. i want his tax returns, too. that's not a good dodge. what about her speeches. >> you are not hearing me october to that my objection and my slash defense of what's happening here is she has a public position that she wants to be tougher on wall street. so i find it weird to make the accusation that -- >> you know it's reasonable to be suspicious because she made an awful lot of money from these banks. they're up to their eyeballs in the collapse. all we want is to find out what she said to them. why is she willing to tell them but not tell us? >> well, i think that what she has said is that they ought to be treated equally.
that she shouldn't be held to a different standard than other candidates. and so i think that that's perfectly reasonable. >> all right, austin. i have got to you have come back because we have got to talk more about this. i have a hard break coming up. thank you for joining us. >> you bet. thanks for having me. thanks for having me. >> wait until you hear what your car got rear-ended and you needed a tow. thanks for having me. did your 22-page insurancet policy say, "great news. you're covered?" no. it said, "blah blah blah blah..." the liberty mutual app with coverage compass makes it easy to know what you're covered for and what you're not. liberty mutual insurance. bp is pioneering drone technology to monitor refinery operations, so our engineers can spot potential problems from any angle. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better.
orlando terror attack including the doj releasing edited 911 triments from the terrorist's calls. today she was questioned on that editing decision. >> idea was to edit the 911 transcripts? >> well, in the review that was being done in terms of making those available, the goal is, of course, the greatest transparency possible. the initial thought was we did not want to provide a further platform for the propaganda of the killer. once it became an issue, we decided that we would go ahead and release the full transcript which is out now. you should have that. >> my question is where did the idea originate? was it yourself? the fbi director? or local -- >> -- i am not going to go into the details of the process behind it. >> former u.s. attorney general himself michael mccasey, judge mccasey goes "on the record." good evening, sir. >> good evening, greta. >> judge, do you have any thoughts on how this attorney general is handling this episode, this 911 call and investigation? >> well, you know, if her
conduct and her statements were the only manifestation of the administration's position, you could sort of dismiss it as almost harmless psycho babble but, unfortunately, it's not. this is part of a kind of larger pattern of trying to bleach out or white out any part of islam that people think promotes violence or promotes the kind of behavior that we saw in orlando. and this has been ongoing for a long time. when hillary clinton was secretary of state, this administration co-sponsored a resolution in the united nations that urged member states to criminalize any statement that promoted, among other things, controversy or hatred of religion. whether the statement was accurate or not. and the administration takes the position that resolution is international law. they have aciddously gone
after any attempt to use the word islamic terror as part of our description of what is going on here. >> i think what strikes me as the big picture here is political. white washing, editing. you and i both know in the courtroom you can't take words out and frankly we don't know if this transcript is right authenticated reason to be suspicious funny dance. >> it's not accurate. they use the word god. he obviously used the word allah. that's different. >> but my point is that when you massage it or manipulate it or play with it or whatever, we have this other investigation lingering over here which are secretary clinton's emails. and when they display themselves in such political fashion on one side, no matter on what happens on that, someone has to make a decision on that email whether it goes to a grand jury or not. it just invites more criticism of being poisoned and political and everything else you can think of. >> certainly no law
enforcement justification for havinged did it the transcripts the way they were edited or having them edited at all. you are then left with that political explanation. >> do you think she is taking marching orders from the white house or doing this on her own. >> gosh, i don't read minds and i don't want to be unkind to her. as i said, i think this is part of something much larger in this administration. resolution 1618 in the u.n. is part of it. the other part of it is the fact that they refer to their counter jihadi or counter terrorism effort as cve combating violence extremism. they don't even name what kind of extremism it is. have you ever known anybody to strap on a suicide belt or pick up an ar-15 in the name of violent extremism? that's ridiculous. >> other curious thing is that true killer himself said why he was doing it and that was discounted he said in the 911 call why ander other reason he gave. >> we will never really know
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to cover up her corrupt dealings, hillary illegally staciousd her state department emails on a private server. she is under investigation but it seems like nothing's going to happen even though other people have done much similar things but at a much lower level their lives have been destroyed. it's a rigged system, folks. then there are the 323,000
emails she deleted. while we may not know what's in those deleted emails, our enemies probably know every single one of them so they probably now have a blackmail file over someone who wants to be the president of the united states. >> well, that's donald trump securing secretary hillary clinton about her email scandal. speech happening as the it specialist brian pagliano invoking the fifth amendment. 125 times during a closed door deposition with a conservative group judicial watch. the "on the record" political panel is here. from "the washington post aaron brake
-- blake tracy, it's interesting in trump's speech. he started off saying he wanted the voters and supporters of bernie sanders and then he talks again later about being a rigged system on the email. seemed like picking up bernie's tone to try to get
at hillary. >> that's right. except that bernie says no one cares about her damn emails which i don't actually think is true. he mentioned her emails five times in a 40 minute speech and voters do care. her unpopularity numbers are historically high. even democrats say that they don't trust her. they feel like she is entitled. and the rules don't apply to her. >> what's she going to do aaron? how is she going to bail out of this one? the emails are beginning to stick maybe it was beginning to stick before people say the emails matter. >> what we saw from donald trump is serious charge which doesn't have a whole lot of basis to it at least at this point we don't know if foreign government did in fact have all of her emails. that
would be a major story and that would indeed be a very big problem for her. i think it's interesting that the comments come on a day where we see these two other developments in the story there was the former aide taking the fifth repeatedly. >> again. he has done it a million times. >> he has done it before. the a.p. reported just a
couple hours ago that there was some maintenance that had to be done on hillary clinton's private server that at least temporarily disabled some of the security features on the state department server which is a very significant, you know, kind of continuation of this drip, drip, drip for hillary clinton. >> you know the problem with that -- >> -- we're going to expect to see a lot more of this in the days ahead i would say. >> it suggests she might have had knowledge. as a lawyer, that's the thing that i fear if there is any concept as a client if the person might have knowledge. tracy, any idea where this stands in the investigation? i know it's secret and everything, but do you hear anything? >> it's never a good thing when the democratic nominee is being investigated by the fbi and just recently the -- there is report saying that contrary to what hillary has been saying all along, she did not ask for permission and she never received permission to have the private server at home. and it could be a huge earthquake in the campaign if she is found guilty. >> or if she is charged. she hasn't been charged yet. >> right. >> no one will tell us
whether a grand jury has been convened or not. but, you know, i think this is becoming a bigger problem just because it's not going away. >> yeah. whether or not we have a resolution in this case, i think the key thing here is that it furthers what tracy was talking about, which is hillary clinton's chief vulnerability, i would say, which is that people don't necessarily see her as honest and trustworthy and if her email server was opening things up to attacks or was making it so the security system at the state department was down even temporarily. that opens her up to attacks that maybe what she was doing actually had a tangible dinners and impact that can be proved one day. >> lucky because donald trump has such high unfavorables. that's her best defense. thank you both. there is no doubt about this the key to 2016 will be the swing states and in the critical state of pennsylvania nearly 85,000 democrats have switched to the republican party. "on the record" griff jenkins is in the small town
of johnstown, pennsylvania where former blue collar democrats are turning red, griff? >> that's right, greta. a blue collar strong hold three major floods and collapse of the steel industry. far cry today from once glory days. this state indeed become a critical swing state because of perhaps that merging of democratic voters. we spoke to one trump supporter who made that switch. >> i was a democrat before but, to me, i think the platforms have switched places. so, i'm no longer a democrat. but i do not vote a party. i vote the person. and so whether it be democrat or republican. what the democratic party stands for now i can't support. i'm also a christian and the democratic party has removed god from their agenda. and that can be nothing positive for america.
>> clinton and trump are in a virtual dead heat tie in the polls separated by 1%. the republicans haven't won this political battleground since 1988. we're going to keep talking to those voters. in fact, greta. upwards of 100,000 bikers will be here in this park behind me on motorcycles for something called the annual thunder in the valley. greta? >> griff, thank you. and one congressman warning about another new deal with iran. this one has to do with
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peter rostrum says those plane also not be fairing tourists instead they will be used to send weapons and assist syrian dictator ashare al assad. peter rostrum is here to go "on the record." did i get your version right? >> you got it exactly right. these are fungible products. in other words, we are not talking about selling baby formula to the iranians. we ang test test them, put personnel on them, and you give these things to the iranians and they have not walked away. that is the iranians, from their commitment to being the world's largest state sponsor of terror it begs the question why is iconic american company doing business and being complicit with the world's largest state sponsor of terror? it's outrageous. >> the thing that bothers me on top of that is the fact that iran still hasn't told us with fbi agent bob
levinson is. we still have no idea. josh earnst suggested that the white house knows or suspects that iran knows where is he. not that the white house knows but iran does. we still don't know. why are we helping iran out? >> we shouldn't be helping iran out. boeing shouldn't be making a buck on this. what boeing -- i was briefed by their some of their washington people that came in to see me about a month ago or so. one of their arguments was well, air bus is doing it well, when does history ever treat well. >> that the french are doing it. >> french are doing it. that's great. when does history exonerate the other guy was doing it so we decide to do do it. >> you can stop it? >> here's what we are doing. i have offered amendments debating on the floor to prohibit the department of treasury from licensing the this deal and from actively participating in the financing of this deal. congressman bustani has legislation with me change the tax consequences of a deal like this. boeing is trying to pull a fast one. there is other tax consequences in terms of what is known as
dollarization of these issues. the bottom line is we can put a lot of pressure. we can try and created a lot of attention here. at the very least, boeing, you don't get to be iconic american company and do business with the world's largest state sponsor of terror. >> can president obama do something to stop this. >> yeah. can he absolutely do something to stop it can he say we are not going to license this deal, done, over. >> iran really needs those planes? >> yeah. iran is desperate for these planes this is part of the argument. iran of course they are desperate for the planes. part of the deal, i think, during the nuclear thing was that the iranians got iran air off of terror watch list. here's the problem. mahan air, also iranian airline retains itself on the terror watch list. these planes are fungible they move around. mark my words, if this happens boeing name will forever be linked with terror. >> it's a nonstarter that we don't know where bob levinson is.
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this is a fox news alert. chaos expected tonight on the u.s. house floor, capitol hill producer chad pergram is on the phone to tell us what's going on. chad? >> the house of representatives has been out all day as democrats come man deered the floor to protest guns and demand votes on guns. this has been a session, a closed session where they have cam man deered the house floor and protest all day. we haven't been able to seat video of this because the house is out of session and therefore you can't televise 9:30. republicans will come to the floor and put the house back in session and they have a couple "roll call" votes on unrelated matters. file paperwork on zika bill for zika funding the.
the question how are they going to react. floor fights or people stepping over one another. will democrats participate. will there be arguments on the floor? this can be chaotic scene. ing so unprecedented on the house floor scblu use the term floor fights, arguments. we have seen so much in politics 2016. i take it you mean verbal floor fights. you don't mean like we see in the taiwan government. >> we presume. tensions are going to be pretty high here tonight. charlie, republican from pennsylvania everybody should make sure they get in the gallery to get a good see to see how this plays out. the republicans have been pretty clear with me tonight, they are not going to ask the sergeant at arms, official people who keep order here to try to remove the members or anything like that. they said we are going to try to be above the frayed and do things by the book. house rules prohibit the democrats from doing what they're doing right now the republicans are going to try to just ignore all of that. >> that's all we have for now.
live shot on the air. fox will keep monitoring breaking news. stay with us all the updates. stay with us right here 7 p.m. eastern. bill o'reilly is up next. ♪ yes, welcome to "red eye." hello, everyone. i'm tom shillue. let's check in with andy levey at the "red eye" tease desk. coming up on the big show. donald trump says hillary clinton is a world class liar. i'm pretty sure she will take that as a compliment. and disney princesses may be bad influences for your daughters. find out if my twin 4-year-olds jasmine and bell agree. and it promises to be the tinder of air pours helping lonely passengers hooking up at the gate. i find it is tougher to time with xanax. >> thank you, andy. let's welcome our guests. she is the girl next