don't forget to tune in this sunday at 9:00 p.m. eastern for a special live edition of "the kelly file" for a preview of the big show. on monday, tune in for "the kelly file" after the debate. tonight, the obama years have been disastrous for the country, especially for african-americans. but, believe it or not, democrats still feel entitled to their vote. >> i will consider it a personal insult, an insult to my legacy if this community lets down its guard and fails to activate itself in this election. >> donald trump thinks it is time for a change, a big change. >> african-american communities have suffered under democratic control. >> african-americans are getting crushed by the obama economy. >> nearly four in ten african-american children live in poverty. 58% of african-american youth
are not working. >> many democratic controlled cities are being overrun by crime and violence. last month was the deadliest july in a decade for the resident of the windy city. >> they could care less if it is an 80-year-old grandmother, a 5-year-old child out there. >> it has to stop, it really has to stop. >> and the left is stoking racial tension. >> vote for donald trump. i will fix it. >> and donald trump is the only candidate promising to bring about real change. >> the democrats have taken advantage of african-americans. we will rebuild our inner cities and provide safety and peace to all of our citizens. and welcome to "hannity," and tonight we're broadcasting from the civic center in cleveland heights, ohio, the home of reverend scott's church.
he is the ceo of national diversity coalition for donald trump, and he has allowed us to use his facility for tonight's town hall. he has invited members of his congregation to participate and other donald trump supporters that live in the area that were invited to attend as well. donald trump will join us in a minute for the entire hour, but first president obama, he started out by promising hope and change and a better tomorrow. here we are eight years later and here is where we are as a country. these numbers don't lie. we have the lowest labor participation rate since the 1970s, almost 95 of our fellow -- million of our fellow americans are out of the labor force. america now has the worst recovery since the 1940s. the country now has the lowest homeownership rate in 51 years. there are now almost 13 million americans more -- americans on food stamps. we have over 43 million americans living in poverty, that's 8 million more than when obama became president.
median household income is now lower than it was in 2007. today in america one in five households do not have a single family member that works. one in six american men age 18-34 are either in jail or out of work. and president obama will be leaving office having accumulated more debt than all 43 presidents before him combined. now, all of the president's sales policies have disproportionately impacted the black community in america. now, since obama took office there has been a 58% increase in the number of african-americans on food stamps. we have seen a 20% jump in the number of african-americans who are no longer in the labor force. now, the african-american homeownership rate, that is also down. it is more than 20% lower than the national average. african-american unemployment is 8.1%. the national average is 4.9%. the wage cap between african-americans and white workers is the worst in nearly
40 years. median household income for african-americans is $20,000 less than the national average. the african-american poverty rate is 24.1%, that is over 10% higher than the national average. there's also been a surge in inner city crime. in chicago, for example, president obama's hometown, over 3100 people have been shot this year alone. since obama has been in office, 3,660 people have been murlderred. according to the chicago tribune, historical stats now show that 75% of those victims are african-american. then, on top of all of that, our educational system in america is especially bad in inner city america. high school graduation rates are 9% lower for african-american students than the national average, and according to the most recent statistics the high school dropout rate for
african-american students is higher than the national average. the results should be much better given that the u.s., get this, is now ranked fourth in the world in terms of money we spend per pupil. now, per student it works out to be $11,600 per student. now, despite the high spending, america ranks 17th in reeding, 19th in science, 26th in math. by the way, we have not even talked about the disaster that is obama and hillary clinton's foern policy, iraq, afghanistan, syria, north korea, russian. hillary clinton want to continue, she says, obama's policies. the country deserves better and the african-american community deserves better. tonight donald trump joins us for the entire hour to talk about where we are and what he will help do to fix these problems if he's elected president. for most of this hour i'll be turning things over to this audience and let them ask the gop nominee the questions that are on their mind.
we have a lot to get to, so help me in joining and welcoming the 2016 republican presidential nominee, donald trump. >> hello, everybody. [applause]. >> great to see you. how are you? >> very good. thank you. >> you heard all of those statistics. you cite a lot of them in your speeches. >> right, i do. >> really bad. >> bad, very bad. for the african-american community, very bad. and, honestly, for the community
of this country. i mean we're not, you know that. our good jobs have been taken away, they've gone to mexico, they've gone to all over the place, but they haven't come back to us. so we're going to make some very big changes. >> but this proportionally, black americans have suffered the most. >> totally, absolutely. it is not even close. that's why i say, you know, like i can fix it. we're going to fix it. and i always say what do you have to lose? some people like that and some people don't, but it is like -- and people are using that statement all over the place. now, what do you have to lose? it is so bad, some of the inner cities are so bad that it is -- look, it is a disgrace frankly what has happened. >> when you look at these numbers, a 20% jump in the number of african-americans no longer in the workforce, 58% increase black americans on food stamps. this sonl since obama has been president. homeownership rate, i go through the entire list. you have made it a point in this campaign to go to specific reach
out to black americans, go to black churches and say, give me a chance. historically republicans haven't done that. why is this so important to you? >> i think maybe i'm a little different than a lot of the republicans. i think some of the states we're leading, like i see we're doing great in maine, we're doing great in connecticut, we are doing great in places that normally republicans wouldn't do well. really they haven't won these states in years. colorado has been amazing. it's been incredible what is going on. wisconsin we're doing well. we are doing well in places a lot of people wouldn't do very well. >> what are the specific ideas in your economic plan? i know, for example, trailed is a big part of it. i know you're going to let multi-national corporations bring back trillions of dollars overseas. you talked at length about energy independence. how does that help people that are here, people that are in cities like detroit, cities that are deteriorating? >> it is about jobs. look, our jobs have been stripped. you look at detroit where i went with -- i tell you what, we had
such an amazing time with bishop jackson, and here we have -- i'll tell you, my pastor, right? what a pastor. darrell scott. [ applause ] >> he has become a big television star, but he is never going to leave anybody over here. but he has become a big television star. >> he cohosts my show every night now. >> that's good. he is fantastic. you have incredible people. by the way, they're not allowed to speak their minds because thif they do they have the johnson amendment. we're going to terminate that johnson amendment. these are the people you want to have freely speaking to you. we desperately need jobs. we need schools, we need education and all sorts of things, and especially the inner cities. i mean can you say never, but certainly one of the worst stages ever in the history of the inner city. it is so unsafe, where you walk down the street and you get shot or your child gets shot. so we're going to really fix the inner cities. we're going to spend a lot of
time. the democrats have run them for 100 years, mostly interrupted. i mean nobody else, they're just uninterrupted and you see what's happened. >> the high school graduation rate, 9% lower for african-americans than the national average. high school dropout rate, african-americans is higher than the national average. inner city schools seem to be suffering the most. you say let local communities and states handle education. >> well, we are taking away common core, common core out of washington. [cheering and applause]. >> we're going to knock it out, boom, boom. look at the people -- right. look at the people, the way the mothers and the aunts and the uncles and fathers, they want to run their schools and right now you can't. they're being run out of washington by people that -- look, i'm sure some are very good and very caring but a lot are just bureau krats that want to pick up a check. we want the schools to be run locally. >> let me ask you about what has been going on in charlotte. you saw what happened last night
in north carolina. the police did say that the individual was armed. they announced this morning. but you have high profile cases that started with obama saying the cambridge police acted stupidly. trayvon, that could have been me 35 years ago, he would look like my son. he weighed in on ferguson and michael brown and freddie gray and all of these high-profile race cases, but i just gave a statistic i think should shock everybody's conscience, and that is 3,660 people are dead since obama has been president in his hometown of chicago. >> yeah. >> i bet nobody knows the names of any of those 3,660. >> yeah. >> why is that? [ applause ] >> well, the violence in the inner city is incredible. in particular i watched tulsa, and i know tulsa. this is -- the man just happened. >> right. >> hands up. he was doing everything he was supposed to do, sean.
everything. and a young policeman shot this man. i don't get it. you can come -- i don't care where you're coming from, there was something really bad going -- >> he had his hands up. >> i don't know if she choked. he was walking, his hands were high, he was walking to the car, he put the hands on the car. now, maybe she choked. something really bad happened. but this is something, you know -- >> how do we stop this cycle of violence and more particularly -- i mentioned chicago. 75% of those shootings are black americans. 3,660 since obama is president. >> yeah. >> this year alone, over 3,000 shot in one city. now, i would think if it was your home city of new york you would have gone to new york and tried to do something about it. >> i was in new york when it was really -- >> bad. >> numbers never like that. i mean chicago is -- you know, you take some of these cities, it is worse than -- and there's two chicagos. there's the luxury chicago where
i have this incredible hotel and it is a different world, and then you have the other side of the world where it is horrible. now, i have to say the crime is just beyond anything. it is worse than afghanistan. you know, i said worse than some of the war-torn cities and you know that's true. but in new york we had rudy guilliani did a fantastic job. he was a great mayor, he really was. [ applause ] >> and we had horrible numbers, and we had a wonderful police commissioner working with rudy. they started stop-and-frisk, and they did a great job and new york became from one of the more unsafe cities to one of the largest, maybe the largest safe city, i think? right? i think it was the largest safe city. >> about 2500 murders down to 500. >> yeah. it was unbelievable, and it was stop-and-frisk. now, they've stopped it in new york. let's see what happen.
chicago maybe more than ever you're going to need something, because what is going on there is absolutely out of control. >> let me ask this question. hillary clinton has played the race card against you in this campaign. >> yeah. >> she has talked about, i guess, all of us if you're supporting donald trump, you're a deplorable person, irredeemable. pace tor pastor, i thought everybody was redeemable. if you say you're sorry for your sins, right? okay. and that racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobic. >> she went through the whole list. >> the whole list, check everything off. does that aggravate you? does it annoy you? >> well, you have to know from where it comes. i understand what's going on, and, you know, it is their only hope. they see what is happening with the polls, you see what is happening with the polls. we have a movement going on, sean. this is white, black, asian, everybody. we have a movement on, hispanic. [ applause ] >> because people are tired of what is going on in the country.
we spent $6 trillion in the middle east, and you come to cleveland or go to detroit or philadelphia and we can't build a school, we can't even paint the classrooms. we build schools in these places and they knock them down, we build them again, they knock them down, we do it a third time. look, it is insane. we spent -- we are up to $6 trillion in the middle east and our roads have potholes, bridges are falling down. people are tired of it. >> when she uses all of those names, now, she has taken money from countries like the uae and kuwait and omam and saudi arabia. she says you're racist, sexist, xenophobic, islamophobic, but she takes money from a country where men tell women how to dress, they can't drive, women are told whether they can go to school or work, gays and lesbians are killed for being gay and lesbians and, by the way, these persecute christians and jews.
is that hypocrisy? >> everybody understands what is going on there, and it is the whole pay for play deal. a lot of people have been saying it, but for some reason they're not picking it up. they don't like seeing what is happening in the polls. we are leading in florida, ohio. >> the electoral map, it is 243 to 242 according to reuters. coming up, donald trump with us for the entire hour. we will talk to the reverend c.l. bryant and reverend scott. also don king is in the audience. he will join us straight ahead. . ...doesn't go on your wrist. ♪ the highly advanced audi a4, with class-leading horsepower.
i'm patricia stark. a deadly shooting at a mall north of seattle. three people are dead and two others injured. one of them suffering life-threatening injuries. this is a picture of the suspect. police describe him as a hispanic male between 20 to 25 years old. it happened in burlington, about 65 miles north of seattle. shoppers and workers sheltered in place before being evacuated. witnesses say the gunman fled the scene and took off on foot toward a nearby highway carrying a rifle. another night of protests on the streets of charlotte. it is the fourth night in a row they've been on the streets since a cop shot and killed keith lamont scott on tuesday. police say he pointed a gun at them. his family insists he only had a book in his hand at the time. hours earlier scott's wife releasing her own cellphone video from tuesday's shooting incident. >> keith, keith! don't you do it! >> right now police chief curt
putney says video from a police body cam and dashboard cam will not be released until the investigation is complete. mayor reports the eventual release of the videos. the national guard and state troopers have been called in to help patrol the streets, and that city now under a curfew until 6:00 a.m. i'm patricia stark. now back to "hannity." and we refuse to allow those who have selfish political ambitions, the selfish political ambitions of selfish politicians or selfish political parties to continue or endeavor to divide us in order to continue to sub adjudica jugate. i believe the person god has raised up for such a crucial time in this nation is in mr. donald trump. >> we are in cleveland heights,
ohio. reverend pastor scott talking about donald trump earlier today. he joins us along with radio talk shot host reverend c.l. bryant. don king is with us as we continue with 2016 presidential candidate donald trump. as i promised i'm turning it to the audience. thank you for being here. >> thank you. how are you? >> good. >> hi name is ricardo simms and i have a question there's been a lot of violence and neglect in the black community. i want to know what you would do to help stop the violence,ce black-on-black crime? >> one of the things i would do, ricardo, is i would do stop-and-frisk. i think you have to. we did it in new york and it worked incredibly well. you have to be proactive. you know, you really help people sort of change their mind automatically. you understand, you have to have -- in my opinion i see what is going on here, what is going on in chicago, i think stop-and-frisk. in new york city it was owe incredible the way it worked.
we had a very good mayor, but new york was incredible the way it worked. i think that would be one step you could do. >> i will add one thing to mr. trump's comments. the murder rate was around 2500, a hee percentage of african-americans, and it went down below 500 because of the increased police activity in the community. so it was lives saved every year because of the concern and the resources. pastor scott, you see the violence. i gave the numbers about chicago. how does this end? >> well, you have to change minds in order to change activity. so if we can -- mr. trump has talked about stimulating the economy and providing jobs. i talked to mr. trump in trump towers about this issue, and he told me he believes a major source of crime is unemployment, lack of income. so if he can solve that job problem and we improve our living conditions, it would cause a change in mind which will cause a change in action. >> it starts with education.
you have talked -- explain, i think this education thing is not talked about enough. >> the inner cities are a disaster as far as schools are concerned, education. we build schools all over the middle east and yet we don't build schools for our own children. the schools in the inner city, the jobs, and really what darrell said is 100%. we don't have -- you know, our jobs are being stolen from us, they're going to other countries, and the inner cities are devastated in terms of jobs. you can speak to some people, 50-year-old men, great people, great men. i don't know if they're as good as don king, but they're pretty good. right, don? these are people that had great jobs and they don't have their job anymore and the job has moved to mexico. their factories have moved, manufacturing has moved to mexico, and we're not going to let that happen anymore. we can stop it so easily. >> pastor bryant, i was a paper boy at eight, washed dishes by hand at twelve, a cook at 13, a bus boy at 14, a waiter at 15, a
bartender at 17, and then i worked the next seven years in construction building houses, laying tile, painting and hanging paper. 55% of black teenagers cannot get a summer job. if i didn't have those jobs, i would have been hanging out with all of my dopey friends and getting in a lot of trouble. >> right. you know, sean, in order to tap into the free market and understand capitalism and, of course, make the best of what america has to offer, you need an example. for too many inner city young people there's no example of how to make money. that's one of the reasons why i think that mr. trump will be a perfect president for this present time to african-american youth because he can show the way. >> what do you think as a pastor -- i'm going to ask both of you pastors, i'm going to ask don king, when they play the race card and run klan ads against donald trump, i can't think of anything more despicable. if i remember, pastor, my
theology class was right, thou shalt not bear false witness was one of the big ten. what do you think when you see that? what does that -- >> i think that because they can't attack him on policy, they try to make it personal. they appeal to the emotions and the sensitivities of not only the black community but the foreigners and females. so they'll say, don't vote for donald trump, females, and they will ee rouse those emotions. he is a misogynist, he suppresses and dominates women. don't vote for him blacks and hispanics, because he is a racist. don't vote for him, foreigners, because he is a xenophobe. they attack and try to make personal, and they don't attack politically because that's all they have. >> that's a good point. i will say this because this is important, those statistics -- don king, you have more diamonds on you than anybody i have ever seen. i think we've got to show that cross there to the pastor. that's the biggest one i have
ever seen. don king, you are an example of an entrepreneur, hard-working, that made money in america, not statistics that i'm reading. what advice can you give and what are you asking donald trump to do for the black community? >> well, what i'm asking donald trump to do is what donald trump volunteered to do, is to change the system. it doesn't matter about whatever we see right, wrong or indifferent, if the system don't change it is going to be the same. so they say, well, what would make donald trump different from obama or any other president? because he will call them out the same as he did when lindsey tucker -- what is his name? >> graham. >> lindsey graham, you say something to him, he is a fighter. he is going to fight back. the difference is he will tell on the people that are sose who
causing separation. you can talk about what you're going to do about jobs and this, if you ain't included in the system do not include us, you know. white woman, they don't include you. he's the first one that came up with that. he wants to first create a new system, take this system apart and then create -- then put people together to work together, and have a part in it to make it happen, working collectively together. working together works. >> mr. trump, this is a diversity coalition and we have a diverse audience here tonight. what does it mean to you to see people of all races and all religions and all backgrounds going to bat for you in this election the way they are? >> it means a lot. don king is an example. first of all, he is a great entrepreneur, the greatest boxing promoter ever, but that's the ultimate entrepreneur. don king has been my friend for 25 years. he knows me better than most people know me. >> that's correct. >> when he called me, and this wasn't recently, a long time ago he endorsed me for president.
i shouldn't tell him this, i think he endorsed bernie sanders for vice president. >> yes. number one, number two. >> he was very happy with mike pence. where is mike? he's around here. >> bernie couldn't stand up, you couldn't give up the party loyalty. but he was number one and number two vote getters. >> you were doing great up until now, you really were. >> it was the people that were being the ones -- i look when we first started in this country, the two highest votes would be -- highest would be president and second would be vice president. that was before parties. the two vote getters would get that. >> i think america wants success and results. >> and that's what they spell. >> they're tired and hitting. >> he's the spirit of america. john paul jones, you know, when said do you surrender? he said, i've not begun to fight. when the british ship, you know, navigated themselves to the promised land? >> when we come back we will have more questions from the
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and and welcome back to "hannity." joining us now from the tea party, former chairman is niger innis, nationally syndicated radio talk show host larry elder, and senior adviser for african-american outreach for the campaign, she goes by one name, omarosa. you were great last night, both of you. we're going back to the audience as i've been promising. sir, how are you? thank you for joining us. >> my name is staff sergeant corbin tracey, medically retired, disabled veteran.
with the opiate problem -- [ applause ] >> with the opiate problem we are having in this country, i've watched my friends get addicted, watched my superiors get chased and all of that. my question is what is your opinion on the criminal justice system pertaining to drug sentencing for addicts and those who sell them? >> the drug problem in this country is incredible. it is coming from the southern border, a big% percentage of it. you take a place lie ohio, pennsylvania, so many of the different places, north carolina, south carolina, it is pouring into our country all over. i mean all over. i mean some states worse than others. new hampshire has a problem. that's what they want to solve, the heroin problem, the problem with drugs. we have to strengthen our borders. we will build a wall. believe me, the wall is going up. the drugs are coming in, they're poisoning our country.
not only our youth. we always say youth. well, the youth is being poisoned but the whole country. >> it is horrible. >> men, women, 50 years old, 70 years old. i have never seen anything like it. the drugs are pouring across the border like water. we have so many people already addict, we have to help them. it is a great when. >> i was down at the border 12 tiles, all the way from the rio grande to san diego. i was in helicopter, boats, all terrain vehicle, horseback, believe it or not. i went in a drug warehouse bigger than this room times ten, floor-to-ceiling drugs. a big problem. i know you talked about it, niger. if we build a wall, won't it prevent drugs from coming in? >> not only building the way which needs to be done, but it is a question of leadership. you and i, mr. trump, we were in new york in the early '90s, and
when rudy guilliani came in he created a revolution in new york that reduced crime. >> he was attacked for being a racest because he went in communities where crimes were taking place and, lo and behold, people's lives were safe. >> absolutely. i have no doubt mr. trump can do for the united states of america what rudy did for new york. >> larry, you are the sage from south central. you, me, niger, we have been friends a long time. >> right. >> both of you as friends have taken a lot of heat for being black americans and conservative. historically the black vote goes to the democratic party. why? >> the democratic party has convinced black people that they're victims, that they're perpetual victims, and those guys over there, tea party republicans, black republicans, republicans in general are the villains. we wear the white hat, they wear the black hat. the number one problem facing the black community is the
absence of fathers in the home. almost -- [ applause ] >> i have been doing radio about 25 years, and 25 years i have asked reverend jesse jackson to come on my show about 50 times. he won't do. sharpton, he won't do it. the one black leader who came on was head of the naacp. my first question was in, amfoomay, as between white racism and absence of black fathers, which poses the biggest threat to the black community? without missing a beat he said absence of black fathers. >> omarosa, you have emerge willed as one of mr. trump's ardent supporters. didn't he fire you? >> yes. >> once or twice? >> three times. but i was the only one who did three seasons of the apprentice, and i need to know that he also produced a show for me on tv
one, an african-american-owned network. not a lot of people know that. he actually invested in me as a talent and in my vision. [ applause ] >> and she did a great job. >> you don't ever tell this story. i've known you for decades now and i have been at trump towers many, many times. there's nothing but diversity working for you. >> absolutely. >> i have seen it myself. i witnessed it myself. and then i watch these attacks against you. if it was me i think i would be pretty ticked off. >> you know, the one thing i see is that when you start to win -- and i watched this not just for me, i have watched it over the years. when you start to win and win and they have nothing to say and they can't stop you, they always start using the racist word. it is very interesting phenomenon, but the word racist comes out. that means that you're winning and that's their last chance. i don't think it is working. >> can i point out -- [ applause ] >> we have a huge diversity coalition called the national
diversity coalition. can i have the members of the national diversity coalition stand up, please? stand up. all races, all backgrounds, all religions. there you see it. [ applause ] >> and they've been with us from the beginning, sean, from the beginning. one of the first meetings we set up in trump tower which was 100 african-american ministers, this was last year. no one knows that, no one takes notice. the first thing we did was to get in front of faith leaders so he could have a real dialogue and share this vision for this country. >> don't you think, and you said this -- i watched your saturday morning speech in detroit and i went on the air the next monday and said, i thought it was the best speech you gave. >> beautiful. >> and you talked about -- what you said, first of all i was glad to see you there, predominantly black church. what you said is the backbone of this country was build in america's churches, and
specifically black churches. >> that's true, and that's a fact. i saw such love in that room. that was an amazing morning for me. it was bishop jackson. what an amazing guy he is, and his family, his wife who is really such an important part of the church. the church was, i mean, packed. just, you know, thousands -- >> a typical day in the life of trump, everything packed. >> this church was packed. i guess at least -- i mean well over 1,000 people. >> absolutely. >> you were there. it was really a beautiful thing. and the song and the love and the -- you know, the feeling in that room was incredible. i got up and made a speech, and you really feel it from the heart. that was an amazing group of people, and i will tell you what, he is an amazing -- he is bishop jackson. i did an interview with him, and so many people saw that interview, so many people told me about that, but it was a really great morning. >> we will take a break. we will come back. when we come back dr. benjamin carson and his wife candy. they will join us. that and more.
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welcome back to "hannity." joining us now is donald trump's running mate indiana governor mike pence as we continue with the republican presidential nominee. i think hillary didn't have a rally for 19 days in august. i hear she's off again today, preparing i guess for the debate. five days from now you will be debating hillary clinton. >> i will, that's right. >> and you're ready? >> whatever. i'm here. >> i'm going to ask this in front of mike pence, don't you think her whole strategy is to get him annoyed and mad? >> i don't know what her strategy is, but --
>> certainly can't run on her record. >> i can tell you the contrast between hillary clinton, who has a career of dishonesty, probably the most dishonest candidate for president in history, and this bold truth teller is going to be dramatic, and i'm very, very confident the american people will see donald trump is the right man at the right time to make america great again. >> governor, you heard the numbers i gave at the beginning of the show, unemployment numbers, labor participation, homeownership rate, 12 million more americans on food stamps, 8 million more in poverty, doubling the debt. the people here tonight and at home, they want to know that their lives are going to change for the better and opportunity is coming back. what would you tell them? >> i said today at the church gathering where we were before, this is a broad shouldered he leader but also a man that is impatient with failure. he is impatient with failing leadership and failing policies.
i think the american people are learning more and more every day, when he talks about making america great again, that's for every african-american regardless of race or creed or color or gender. that's inclusive. that's why -- >> donald trump, last word. you were invited into this church. you have made outreach to the black community, hispanic community, paramount in your campaign. what is the last word you want to tell them? >> i'm very honored how well we are doing with the hispanic community and the african-american community. i want to thank darrell and all of the peld here in cleerld. it's been incredible. i want to thank all of the people here in cleveland. i think we are really doing a job. you look at the inner cities, you look at what is going on, how they just -- they're not being helped, they're not being helped and we're going to help them, we're going to fix it. we're going to make life better for people, and that's so important. >> ronald reagan asked, are you better off than you were eight years ago. i will ask this audience, are
you better off than where you were eight years ago? >> no! >> answered the question. mr. trump, thank you for being with us, governor pence, thank you. thanks all the time we have left. thank you, darrell scott, reverend. thanks all of you have. aving? grilled cheese and campbell's tomato soup go together like grandchildren and chaos. made for real, real life. our customer is a our 21-year-old female. heavily into basketball. wait. data just changed... now she's into disc sports. ah, no she's not. since when? since now. she's into tai chi. she found disc sports too stressful. hold on. let me ask you this... what's she gonna like six months from now?
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friend brit hume starts right now. >> hello, and welcome back. i'm brit hume. and this is "on the record." a quieter night in charlotte tensions nonetheless remain high. we'll get to that in a moment. first, with just a weekend to go before the first presidential debate, the national polling average continues to suggest some momentum for hillary clinton. while battleground state polls indicate strength for donald trump. the real clear politics average gives mrs. clinton a 3 point lead in a two-way race and just over a 2 point lead in a four-way race. the betting odds continue to show clinton a roughly 2 to 1 favorite. look at these new state polls from quinnipiac university. in a two-way race in colorado trump and clinton are tied. back in august clinton was up 10 point.