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from the cdc. that's going to do it for us here on the deck, filling in today for shepard smith. it's been my pleasure to be here with you. next "your world" with trish regan. i think the republican nominee is unfit to serve as president. i said so last week, and he keeps on proving it. >> the president calling donald trump unfit for the office, and calling on republicans to revoke their endorsements of him. at the same time, trump was saying this about hillary clinton. watch. >> did you see over the weekend fox, chris wallace, where she lied. where she said the fbi said like everything was just perfect. it wasn't exactly -- i mean, she lied. she pure and simple -- she only knows to lie. >> so who's got it right? welcome, everybody. i'm trish regan in for neil
cavuto. this is "your world." we'll get the democrat's side in a moment. but first, to former governor mike huckabee. governor, good to see you. what did you think about the president using a joint press conference with the prime minister of singapore about the transpacific trade partnership deal to bash trump? >> well, it was really inappropriate, but not that surprising. if you go back four years, it was the same president who said that mitt romney was unfit to be president because he was too extreme. think about that. here we are, four years later, and it's something that the democrats have said about every republican nominee since thomas duley with the exception of eisenhower in 1952. other than that, they've said that about every republican nominee, just pick one. reagan, first bush, second bush. it's not that unusual. >> i just wondered also, governor, about the form.
to be using that joint press conference, was that really the appropriate time and place, shall we say, for our president, who is talking about a policy objective, to be coming out and essentially politicking? >> no, it really wasn't. but this is a president who politicizes everything and every occasion. and there are really no bounds to it. one of the things i find interesting is when he talks about donald trump, unfit, unprepared. barack obama went into the white house with less than five minutes of successful executive experience. eight years later, he's going to finish his term in about the same way, with less than five minutes of successful executive experience in terms of actually understanding what the job is. so nothing surprises me anymore, and it's a political season. we're going see a lot of this. >> he wants you to revoke your endorsement or any republican's endorsement right now of trump. would you consider doing that in light of some of the things
trump has said? >> lord, no! look, there are some things that donald trump says i wish he wouldn't, but i'm less worried about what donald trump says on the campaign trail than what hillary would do if president. if you're a farmer, do you want hillary appointing the next epa director? if you like to hunt or fish, do you want hillary appointing the next fish and wildlife director? if you are a person who is in law enforcement, do you hillary running the justice department and putting another eric holder or loretta lynch in place? go through the list. that's what we're talking about. look at the supreme court. do you want hillary picking somebody that you know is going to be far to the left, who would threaten the second amendment, who would solidify some right to abortion? >> but governor, to a certain extent, that's all fine and good. people want to rally around a candidate and get excited about a candidate and not feel like the only reason they're supporting a candidate is
because the alternative is, in their view, that bad. is trump walking a challenging line here, in that he comes out and says some things that a lot of people wish he wouldn't say. >> well, sure. but that doesn't mean he's not fit to be president. look, he said some things recently that i think all of us wish he had not said. what i suggested to him, i don't know that he's listening, but it's real simple, you're a boxer, you're in the ring. you have an opponent. don't fight the people out there in the cheap seats. leave them alone. fight for the title, and you have an opponent, throw your punches at her, not at the people down there sitting, whether it's ring side or way up there in the nose bleed section. leave them alone. >> stay on message when it comes to the economy, so many people look to him as somebody that can solve some of these problems,
given his experience and background in business. i want to give your reaction to something chris christie said today. stay with me, we'll play the sound for our viewers and come out on the other side with you. here we go. >> we need to honor their sacrifice for our country, and we need to honor their son's sacrifice for our country. and a focus on anything other than that to me is missing the point. that's what we should be doing, and any comments that we're making publicly or privately, should be with that in mind. so my view on this is, the khans have a right to say whatever it is they want regarding the loss of their son, and as for all the gold star families out there, they have put forward a sacrifice that i cannot fathom as a parent. >> that's awfully true to think about what any of these families on either side of the aisle have
gone through, losing a child is truly tragic. is that perhaps what donald trump should have said? unfortunately he tweeted something that really became fodder for the left and is hurting his candidacy in these last couple of days. does he need to, governor, at this point, change his tone? maybe think first, react later? >> i think it's not so much change his tone than change his target. this is what i was saying before. forget about people taking a shot at him. there's going to be plenty more. leave them alone. these parents have every right to grieve. when a parent loses a son, as captain khan passed away in battle and sacrificed and served as he did, we simply say thank you so much for what you have given as a family and we don't argue with them. we thank them. we're grateful to them.
>> sure. >> move the conversation away from a target and move it to the target of fighting for the american people. and that's something donald trump has got to go in these next few months. >> thank you so much, governor, always good to see you. let's get to the other side of this with a democratic strategist. look, the reality is, there are many families that have lost people, the khans, but also patricia smith's family, as well. and let's not forget that, you know, in that interview with chris wallace, hillary clinton basically said look, you know, the woman isn't remembering things clearly, she's not thinking straight, because of course, patricia smith has said over and over again hillary clinton told her it was a youtube video and promised to follow up with more details as to why her son was killed in benghazi, and patricia smith will tell you over and over again that hillary clinton has done nothing to communicate with her or to give her any
understanding of what actually happened to her son that night. yet so much attention is put on the khan family. your reaction? >> well, trish, you have to look at that interview and what secretary clinton said. she honored patricia smith's sacrifice and that is not something that donald trump could do with the khans. there are a lot of verbal gymnastics going on with republican supporters of donald trump, trying to compare these two situations, and they could not be further apart. and to the question, is he qualified to be president -- let's look at his interview from this weekend, one interview where he questions the sacrifice of a gold star family, compared his business to their sacrifices. he lied about his financial situation. one day he's the king of debt. the next day he has no debt. he showed a complete and utter lack of understanding of foreign
policy. all of these issues will be disqualifying for one candidate. for most candidates. and he does this in one interview. >> let me ask you, governor huckabee made a good point. he said this is what they say. you got the president saying he's until to be president. exactly what he said about mitt romney four years ago. when you think about it strategically, it simply sounds good to say someone is not fit for the job. how did we ever think president obama would have been fit for the job given that he was a one-term senator. >> mitt romney himself is saying that donald trump is unfit to be president. and more republican leaders are coming out to say that he is temperamentally unfit, but also to question his judgment on very important issues, the challenges that we're facing as country. and for one to say -- >> let me jump in for a minute.
i think you're also witnessing, jehmu, a realignment, if you would, of the parties as we know them. you think about typical conservatives, and mitt romney fits that definition, when it comes to issues like global trade. you know, mitt romney would have within the first to probably argue for tpp, something that donald trump is arguing clearly against. when you think about some of the issues that are at stake, i do think that one of the reasons why mitt romney and some other republicans are not in the donald trump camp, is because they really do sense this realignment. how do you think it's going to play with some of your democrats out there, blue collar, middle class, working democrats that know that hillary clinton has supported something like tpp and free trade, while donald trump on the other hand is saying no, this is not good for jobs? >> i don't think we can trust anything that donald trump says, because it changes by the next
day or whatever tweet he reads or something that is said that he disagrees with. look, hillary clinton has said very clearly she has work to do to reach out to these blue collar voters that used to be surely in the democratic lane. when it comes to this realignment, that's another part of the verbal jis that is ticks that donald trump supporters are pointing to. this is not about a realignment, this is about good woman against an erratic -- >> that's the message the left is trying to put out there, evil versus good. we heard that over and over again at the convention. >> we have a sitting congressman republican who has come out and endorsed hillary clinton, richard hanna from new york. joe scarborough saying yesterday he's now questioning his mental stability. >> i've got to wrap it up here. you make some interesting
points, nonetheless, we are looking at a realignment. it's going to be very interesting to see how it plays out. when this is all said and done, what will the parties look like, is he able to capture some of those blue collar democrats that have been voting, as you said, in your lane. if he does, that could be a game changer. thank you so much. travel warning in effect as the zika virus hits florida. the state's governor is next. i work 'round the clock. i want my blood sugar to stay in control. so i asked about tresiba®. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪ tresiba® is a once-daily, long-acting insulin that lasts even longer than 24 hours. i want to trim my a1c. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪
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now world health officials are investigating whether the mosquitos have become resistant to common pesticides. governor rick scott joins me now. governor, welcome. it's my understanding that you have upped the number of cases to 15 from 14 just yesterday? >> we have 15 right now. we still only believe the area is a small one-mile radius north of miami. we are putting resources there. we have very good mosquito control, we're bringing more mosquito experts in. we are making sure every woman that's pregnant that lives in this area can get a free test at their county health department. we're going to make free tests pregnant in our state at their county health departments to test if you have zika virus. so just to make everybody feel comfortable. we have a good surgeon general, a good state health department. we've brought in the cdc. so we're working hard to make sure we contain it right here in
this area. >> how do you think those 15 cases got those cases, just being bitten by a mosquito in that particular area? >> that's what we believe. we believe all of these are based on mosquito, but trish, we have tested 20,000 mosquitos across the state. not one of them have zika virus. we're taking this seriously. we're keeping everyone informed. we have 20 million people living in our state, so we're keeping everybody informed. don't allow any standing water and your house or apartment. wear bug repellant and protective clothing. >> governor, what do you do if it turns out these mosquitos actually don't respond to the insectici insecticide? >> sure, we believe we'll figure this out. florida is known for being able to control mosquito born
illnesses. we've had dungue fever. we've always been able to figure this out. we have experts from around the state. we'll figure out how to deal with this. and we'll make sure everybody continues to want to come to our beautiful state to live, work, and play. >> it's stuff, i would imagine. fortunately it's summer for you. that's obviously quite a challenge given people may not want to go to n right now. what do you need to get right now from the federal government? is there something that president obama or congress can do to help you in this battle? >> it's disappointing that the federal government hasn't been a good partner. congress went into recess. so they have to figure out how to work together to provide funding. at the satate level -- >> good luck. >> i know.
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they cannot be vetted. what is she thinking? >> they really can't be vetted. i've talked to some of my friends in congress. they said they're bringing in refugees into montana right now. since the war broke out in syria, we've admitted 85,000 syrians. secretary clinton wants another 65,000 syrians to the tune of $400 billion. the dangerous thing, i've been to lot of these places and see war-torn communities and seen the children and women. and the families trying to escape that's fine. but the problem is isis. they told us they're going to put people in and they've been doing it. >> look at what's happening in europe right now. >> just getting a lot of these refugees in. what we like to admit it or not, these places are not like the united states, they're not like europe. they're different cultures. in norway, their answer to a lot of the rape is, they're giving classes to refugees saying rape is unwelcome and it's illegal. >> well, i'm glad you brought
that up, because i think isis aside, there are some serious challenges to the cultural integration, and that we're being overly optimistic and naive to not recognize that. think about it, if you're a young german woman, if you're just trying to go to that music festival in germany where 24 women were sexually assaulted, allegedly by migrants, on the heels of the danish music festival where nine women were alleged to have been sexually assaulted by migrants. so why on earth are they doing this? >> there's a lot of cover up, because nobody wants to admit they would be wrong with the overflow of these migrants. we're not only being naive but we're being emotional. yes, we're going the save them, but as opposed to bringing them here and adapting to their culture, they need to come here and a -- just because women
don't wear burqas in norway or sweden doesn't mean you can sexually assault them. >> they've actually had to hand out pamphlets in germany because a migrant think if she's there in a swimsuit, they're fair game. so they're handing out these pamphlets, and i look at this and again, hillary clinton, politics aside, why would you want to invite that here? >> again, most are trying to do the right thing, but look at the stuff with the illegal immigration. they know the more they can bring in, they'll be democratic voters. >> that's what it's about, votes? >> a lot of what is happening now is politics. a lot of people just want to keep power, and that's the sad truth. >> i'm thinking bottom line, we need to keep everybody safe first and foremost. >> i would hope so.
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stocks rocked again. the dow falling 91 points on tuesday. take a look at that. 18,313. the blue chips now riding a seven-session losing streak, the longest we've seen in a year. investors bracing for the government's big july jobs report coming out friday morning. a lot of questions as to how it's going to look. look at who is bringing out the billionaires to go against the big billionaire. hillary clinton teaming up with warren buffett last night. earlier she got the nod from mark cuban and michael bloomberg. but when she's trying to sell an economic plan supposed to be
working for about everyone in this country, not just the rich, is this kind of style going to work? art laffer, starting with you, hypocrisy, no? hillary clinton, no! >> what we really need to do with the rich, tricia, is very simply you've got to lower tax rates and broaden the tax base. these people get all of their income tax free through unrealized capital gains and very large donations to family and friend's foundations. there are all sorts of tricks that very wealthy people use. >> danielle, we talk about the optics of this. politics is in very many ways optics. how does that look to be on stage with the likes of mark cuban and warren buffett and michael bloomberg when you're supposedly fighting for the everyday american?
>> you know, i can't say it makes her look extremely genuine, given that she's supposed to be talking for the little guy. as a former veteran of wall street, it smacks of what we used to say talking your books. think about warren buffett and his position at ibm. how much has ibm benefitted from one thing of the past few years, that's easy monetary policy, buybacks that doesn't generate a lot of economic prosperity or productivity, all thanks to the federal reserve. hillary clinton will maintain and make even more entrenched. >> look, julie, one of the biggest struggles we've had with this economy is essentially the fed has been the only game in town for the last eight years. and we haven't had a washington that has been able to help support the fed in its endeavor of making the u.s. economy
stronger. to danielle's point, that's okay with billionaires, because they have money to invest. they'll do just fine as long as the stock market is doing just fine. if you were advising her, would you say back off the billionaire crowd? >> there's two reasons she's put billionaires on stage. reason one, warren buffett wanting to pull policies in that help the middle class and not take advantage of the policies he can. secondly, the real reason is nothing gets under donald trump's skin more than being criticized by fellow billionaires. there's nothing more offensive than michael bloomberg, the winners he keeps talking about, criticizing him as a loser. >> i don't know, you can tweak him all you want. but you're trying to win an election. i don't know that putting mark cuban and michael bloomberg on
stage is going to help you. art, does she really need to think about policies that would help middle class americans opposed to getting on the stage with the likes of warren buffett. >> the best form of welfare, as jack kennedy put it, is a good paying job. that's the best welfare. if she lowered taxes, sound money, free trade, minimal regulations, we would get that growth. >> she's not going to do that. she has all kinds of programs that she wants everybody in america to pay for. >> of course she does. but look, what she wants more than anything else is exactly what this administration has had for the last eight years. i call it the great abdication. congress and the white house, they've abdicated their leadership authority to the federal reserve. it's easy to implement any policy you want in washington,
as long as interest rates are basically at zero. a fiscal borrowing cost for the last year have been 1.8%. you can pass a lot of friendly ledge laegislation when money i. >> jfk cut taxes. he had an economic policy that would be in line with what art would think is good today. >> let's be consistent. art, you keep talking about cutting taxes. the reality is, the budget deficit keeps growing. i want to hear republicans who are concerned about the budget deficit, address the fact that under donald trump's plan, it will be more budget deficits. >> the deficit, what is reported, has been declining and at a seven-year low. it's debt that's continued to rise for the past few years, and nobody in this election is addressing that great big elephant in the room.
>> what i keep hearing is fiscal responsibility, fiscal responsibility. until your nominee throws that to the wind -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> julie, to respond, when you cut tax rates and broaden the race, you collect a lot more revenue and you take people off therolls. this is what we really need. >> thank you so much to the whole team. our border crossers, are they getting help from the border patrol? and more fallout after hillary clinton suggests certain benghazi families don't remember what she told them clearly. a benghazi dad is going to be here and clear up that. his response, next.
>> as other members of families who lost loved ones have said, that's not what they heard. i don't hold any ill feeling for someone who, in that moment, may not fully recall everything that was or wasn't said. >> now the father of tyrone woods, who was killed in the benghazi attacks, reacts. watch. >> she stood in front of my son's casket and blamed the rage directed at american embassies upon the video that she said we had no part of. >> sounds a lot like patricia smith said. i want to go now to washington examine her susan farichio. susan, is this going to be much of an issue for hillary clinton? she's telling the families one thing, but she seems to be saying no, they're not thinking clearly when she's talking to chris wallace. >> well, as part of a larger
trust issue for hillary clinton, she's facing that problem on both sides of her party, because if you look at the far left, where she has made an effort to win over the bernie sanders supporters, a lot of them told me at the democratic national convention that they have a real trust issue with hillary clinton based on what was going on at the democratic national committee and how they were tilting the primary toward her campaign and trying to thwart bernie sanders. so she's got people on her left who don't trust her. i think she has people on the more conservative spectrum of the democratic party, who also question her foreign policy and how she handled benghazi, and her general truthfulness. if you look at the poll numbers, what has been persistent over the months has been voters have a really hard time trusting clinton. and most convention, she didn't really rectify that problem. now she's got the benghazi parents coming out. again, challenging what she told them versus what she's telling
the public. again, it just reinforces the trust issue. and trust, trish, is one of two main things that voters vote -- when they vote their gut in november, they think about things like, can i trust this person. >> i think you're right. i mean, you're on to something there, because you look at recent elections. and what i've always said, it's almost like the person that people just kind of like a little bit better is the one that gets elected. mitt romney struggles with this. john kerry struggled with this. you can go through the list of political candidates that don't resonate because there's just something about them that americans don't trust. that said, a lot of people, susan, would say you've got two flawed candidates. donald trump on the one hand, who has come out and said some unfortunate things about the khan family. he's walked some of that back recently, but none the less, he did take to twitter initially. then you have hillary clinton
effectively telling chris wallace one thing about what she thinks about these families and told these families another. is it a wash at the end of the day? where does the trust factor really come out? >> well, it's a wash because both candidates are attacking each other constantly. we're not getting at the real issues voters care about. as long as they keep tearing each other down and hurt each other's candidate, yes, it will be a wash. >> what would you advise donald trump do in this case, go right back to the economy, the economy, the economy? >> i'll tell you what the clintons are doing, they're going to the battleground states, camp clinton, and trying to take trump down on the issue of competency, they're doing it on the bait he's taking, and trying to use that to have voters look at him and say, is he a stable person running for president? is he a competent person? so they know they can just tear him down, that will drown out the issue of her having a trust
problem. >> the one thing i would caution them on, he's gone through a couple of rough patches before. and yet the polls show him consistently coming out ahead despite the challenges he's faced. thank you so much, susan. how do border crossers avoid getting locked up? apparently they just need to look up the border patrol website. can you imagine? we're now telling them where to hide. you do all this research on a perfect car, then smash it into a tree. your insurance company raises your rates... maybe you should've done more research on them.
illegal immigrants hoping to avoid capture are now getting help from, the u.s. border patrol. an advocacy advisory on the agency's own website offers a list of places that are off-limits for agents to search. those include schools, churches, hospitals, and protests. it's all part of the department of homeland security's sensitive locations policy. and sheriff paul from arizona says you know what? it's just ridiculous. sheriff, good to see you. >> good to see you. >> what bothers you the most about all this? >> well, this continues the march of president obama for absolute lawlessness. not only there's a lack of enforcement or consequences for law, now he's provided actual
sanctuaries throughout the entire country, not just cities, throughout the entire country, of no-go places for us in law enforcement to enforce the law. out there, he's telling everybody where they are as well. >> absolutely. >> if you're an illegal immigrant you know you can go to x, y or z for shelter. >> yes. it's not just those locations. it's also marches, rallies, parades. anywhere where they are protesting the fact that we're going to enforce the law on them. no, you can't arrest them there. >> how does this affect your ability to do your job? >> it undermines the rule of law. you and i, every american listening, the law applies to us. there's consequences. and yet this has gutted immigration law. and this is the lawlessness that president obama has presided over. it sends a message to the millions of future illegals not yet here. make it to the border, you're home free. in fact we'll give you more
benefits than our senior citizens get for social security. we take care of refugees, asylum seekers. >> we did call the homeland security department and asked for a statement. we are still waiting to hear back from them. i guess this puts them in a bit of a pickle. you're supposed to be enforcing the law, not essentially enabling illegals to hideout here. >> yeah. exactly. >> you said it sends a something nal. >> it does. >> does it send a signal come here and it will all be okay? >> exactly. it defies our proud history of a nation of immigrants. that's our strength. we still accept a million legal immigrants who come here the right way and won't be shouted down by this president and the fact that is as insane as me as
a sheriff of pinal county website of how to get out of getting arrested for a crime, what to tell deputies, where to go to avoid arrests. it's ridiculous. >> it seems common sense to me. if you want real immigration reform, that's one thing. we can work on immigration reform. >> right. >> you can't say forget reform. we're going to invite people to come here and tell them where to hideout until we get reform. then you do have lawlessness, as you pointed out. >> that's what happened. in addition 80,000-plus criminal, dangerous illegals have been released. these are the murderers, rapists and people who commit robbery that donald trump has talked about. a small portion of the 20 million illegals that are here that obama has released. mass prison break that obama has led, releasing them into our communities, making our job in law enforcement, which is already difficult enough, nearly impossible. and he attacks us, puts a target on our back. and this has got to end.
we have to stand up for our country, support your law enforcement, your border patrol and fire all these liberal democrats that have betrayed your country. >> you're certainly doing your part. thank you for being here. >> thank you. 7 million americans with student debt aren't paying their bills at all. guess who is going to wind up paying for them instead. yeah. taxpayers. you, me, and everyone else in america. next. what if one piece of kale
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potential bailout coming. is that what would happen if hillary clinton were in charge? >> i think so. look, the federal government thinks it can wave its magic wand and do whatever it wants. the federal government created this debt and now it wants to destroy t at the end of the day it will be me and you, the hard-working, taxpaying americans will be paying for those that are just no job prospects. >> kirsten, did a lot of american students make a wrong decision, taking out all that money in the first place, never really understanding the consequences of needing to actually get a job to pay it back? >> that is a huge part of it. let's be real here, too. when they're making these decisions they're 17 and 18-year-olds when you first fill out that fafsa and figure out how you're going to pay for school. parent do shoulder responsibility as well. it's the whole psychology of young people. they want to get into the best college right now. they haven't considered taking a
few years off to save money. thankfully, i had a lot of my school paid for through my scholarship as miss america but still had with my own money. i got three jobs and worked my butt off to pay my debt off within six months of graduating. >> good for. >> you that's the kind of skills that parents and school counselors, not putting all the pressure on them to broaden out their extracurricular activities and be these amazing people but get a job. you need to pay this off. >> i also wonder, kristen, the government is actually encouraging this. think about the grants that they offer and then think about the incentives in terms of taking out these loans. they back these loans. much like when you look at the subprime crisis in housing and what happened there. the government was backing those housing loans. do we just need the government to get out of this? and then maybe people will make market-based decisions on whether they want to go to school and pay all that kind of money and take out those big loans?
>> we're seeing an explosion of the entitlement mentality. middle-class americans who all think now they're entitled to free college. they sign these, you know, loans and they just think -- >> they think it's free. they don't recognize the fact that they've just taken out a hundred grand to pay for four years of school and are getting themselves a certificate with no actual job on the other end, kristen. >> right. >> and, you know, right now, you have government subsidizing 70% of these loans, jacking up the cost of college. colleges do not have to compete, based -- >> kirst ecen, charge as much a you want. >> they're guaranteed to be paid back by the federal government. fellow millennials that are watching. this is about the mind-set, that there is so much more to life and learning how to be a good, successful individual than college. yes, we're not preaching anti-intellectualism here at
all. but there is so much to be valued. >> lots to be learned. indeed. thank you for joining us. that is it, everyone, for today. catch me on the "intelligence report" on the fox business channel. i'll be back with you tomorrow. thanks for joining. "the five" is next. >> i'm kimberly guilfoyle along with dana perrino. this is "the five." voters heading to the polls in 14 weeks from today. trump is rallying for support by slamming clinton, claiming the election is not fair. >> it's a crooked system. it's a rigged system. we're running against a rigged system and we're running against a very dishonest media. >> remember the nickname? crooked hillary? now trump