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>> you are watching "fox & friends first" on this thursday morning. a lot of people got a lot to say. it is a busy news day. a brand new bombshell five days before the election. they claim the justice department blocked the investigation despite the investigation. >> how could it impact the election? good morning. >> good morning heather. this investigation into the clinton foundation has been
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going on for an entire year. it is entirely separate than the investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private server. fox news learned the probe into the clinton foundation has taken a quote very high priority they tell us there is an avalanche of new information coming in every day. fbi agents are actively and aggressively pursuing the case which prosecutors from the department of justice trade to shut down earlier this year. senior officials at the justice department disagreed with agents on the case about the strength of the evidence and have been pushing the bureau to drop the investigation for the last nine months. it will has no choice but to
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escalate the investigation. he wants to remain neutral for the ongoing investigation. he defended hillary clinton saying people say all sorts of clays zee stuff about her. >> every day is hysteria and over the top coverage. if we put all of the distractions and all of the type all of the nonsense, if you push all that away this choice could not be simpler. >> today president obama will be in florida as part of the clinton campaign's all out effort to woifrn swing state voters and push back against the new reports. clinton will be over north caroli carolina. >> a lot of people watching that. >> thank you so much, garrett. >> rudy giuliani is slamming the
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justice department for being corrupt. he says hillary clinton has broken dozens of laws. fbi agents are angry. >> clinton violated 20 or 30 federal laws. i could outline them for you. i could show you how i could prosecute them. everyone around her has taken the 59 amendment. you have outraged fbi agents. they have talked to me. they are convinced loretta lynch has corrupted the justice department. you have got people in the justice department charged in the investigation who are defense lawyers. this is about outrageous and corrupt a justice department i have seen. >> now to an unfortunate fox news alert. two u.s. service members have been killed in afghanistan
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overnight. two other americans also hurt after their unit came under fire. the names are not being released until the military can notify their families. back here at home, melania trump taking center stage on the campaign trail today talking immigration. as her husband races across key battle ground states this morning brand new polls showing him closing the gap. >> melania trump is giving her first major speech in the general election in the all important battle ground state of pennsylvania. she will be focusing on women and children and what a trump presidency will do for them. the potential future first lady will talk about immigration telling her own story about
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growing up overseas dreaming of becoming an american citizen. while she is in the there trump starts in jacksonville florida he is laying out a plan for victory tuesday. >> stay on point, donald. stay on point. no side tracks. donald. nice and easy. i have bhn watching hillary. she is coming unhinged. we don't want any of that. >> rival hillary clinton in the latest quinnipiac poll in florida. this afternoon he will head to north carolina where he has been chipping away there. it is well within the margin of error. ted cruz is making his first appearance campaigning with the top of the ticket today. the texas senator making stops in iowa and michigan with
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indiana governor mike pence. there you have it ladies and gentlemen. >> bringing out the big guns. >> i know how different things are since the primaries. >> you thought that would happen. >> ted cruz and mike pence. >> on what is supposed to be the biggest night in country music is with the election not surprisingly took center stage. >> the cma awards getting political. they opened the show with jokes about, guess who? donald trump. >> this show is rigged. >> that's right. your very own basket of deplorables. don't drink that during the show, brad because then you will have to take a wikileak. >> i guess that was funny. the night did shift focus back to music eventually the world of country and pop colliding on stage with the dixie chicks.
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>> just having them there was a political statement on its own. big winners of the night including country legend garth brooks taking home the top prize entertainer of the year. kerry underwo -- carrie under wd winning female vocalist of the year. >> doll bee part ton was honored with the lifetime achievement award. it was randy travis who stole the star studded show with one single word. >> ladies and gentlemen, the newest member of the country music hall of fame, randy travis. >> very cool. gives you chills to watch. >> he was in a very bad car sent. >> you will join us live in nashville. >> the time is now 7 minutes
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after the top of the hour. donald trump going to town on hillary clinton's character. >> hillary wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles but she has brought all of this on herself. >> what matters most is what voters think. >> the 108-year-old curse it is reversed. the chicago cubs winning the world series in an epic 10th inning nail biter. we are live with the celebrations going on. >> insult women. it is all talk. >> here we go again. >> issues not insults. >> she should be ashamed of herself. ♪
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>> they waited over a century for that. they beat the cleveland indians 8-7 in a historic 10 innings game 7 last night. this is a nail biter. broke the 108-year-old curse. the curse of the billy goat. joel is live in cleveland. a game for these historic franchises. >> with the chicago cubs it wasn't easy. it was heart attack city inside progressive field all night long. so many twists around turns. the embodiment and the thrill of
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victory and the agony of defeat. the cubs stopping the 108-year-old drought. the cleave lapped indian will have to wait 69th year to win the next world series. the chicago cubs really heating up with those bats which was the huge difference. dexter fowler leading off the game with a home run and javier biaz adding on to that. that was the difference maker. the indians would not be denied either. in the 8th inning davis tying the game at 6 a piece and as if there was not enough drama with this game all together there was a rain delay after the game was notched up at the bottom of the 9th. it felt to us like that momentum completely shifted after the rain delay. the cubs scoring two runs going up 8-6 in the bottom of the
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10th. the cleave lapped indians desperately try to make a comeback but the cubs making that final out. chris bryant throwing it over to first ending that 108 year drought. really an incredible moment for the chicago cubs. it's the first time since 1979 that a team has over come a 3-1 deficit. the last team to do it was the chicago pirates. bill murray who is a super fan of the chicago cubs described it as having thrown out old clothes with all of the dirt on it. >> joel, a great way to describe it. cubs fans aren't going to know what to do without waiting 108 years. amazing night. thanks for sharing it with us. >> five days until the election.
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a lot of big moments, huge on the trail this week. how did they resinate with the voters. lee carter is a partner at med lan ski. let's begin with trump talking about hillary's character. >> trump supporters have made a little move. >> it is making a difference. >> hillary wants to blame everyone else for their mounting legal troubles but she has brought all of this on herself. hillary is the one who set up an illegal private e-mail server. in a closet she is the one who engaged in a corrupt pay for pay
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schemes at the state department, now there are five fbi probes into the foundation and their pay for play activities. >> what is the grade? >> as you can see republicans were off the chart. you can barely see them. they are the red line. independents took the b, democrats an f. that attack did pretty well. there are others who didn't do quite as well with independents. you have got to keep them coming. one thing for sure the clinton e-mail server, fbi really rallied them. we have then trump stronger. >> that would make the difference especially in the swing states. we have the opposite side of the aisle, we have hillary on trump's character. listen to what she has to say. >> i mean, really can we just stop for a minute and reflect on the absurdity of donald trump finding fault with this
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universe. but you have got to ask, why does he do these things? who acts like this? you'll tell you who. a bully. that's who. >> and the grade is... >> democrats the blue line. they resinate. they give them an a minute independents a c minute and republicans an f. a lot of folks didn't like the fact that she was out there campaigning with former miss america. it didn't resinate a lot of folks. they want to hear hillary talking more about the issues hear her less defensive. she is very reactive. >> some think a very desperate move. >> trump with the fbi on all of this. here's what he had to say. >> hillary is the one who broke the law over and over and over again. we can be sure what is in those e-mails is absolutely
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devastating. thank you, houma. >> the republicans gave it an a. independents gave it a c, democrats an f. not a bad grade. just didn't do much for him. they didn't want him to go after hamm ma. they want him to focus on hillary clinton and what's wrong with her and focus on the issues he should be focused on. a couple people said that whole houma, they are sympathetic to her right now. >> i don't know what we are going to do after the election. such a tight race. >> the time is almost 19 minutes
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after the hour. many americans have cast their votes. >> for any democratic voter and who are having a bad case of buyer's remorse, you can change your vote to donald trump. >> you can change your mind. we are breaking down the states that will indeed get that second chance. >> we are going live to nashville where abby huntsman was behind the scenes of the cma awards last night. abby? >> good morning. i am still running on an emotional high from celebrating 50 years of the cma's last night. there was one moment that took the show honoring dolly parton. they had reba mcintyre singing "i will always love you." if you didn't cry you definitely had chills.
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maslasky>> the best in country music for a night of music and glamor and a lot of american pride. >> good morning. watching dolly. >> she is an amazing, amazing
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women. >> we came down here for the fourth of july and we heard so many things about the incredible musicians. >> we are right outside the arena and behind me you can see famous broadway street with all of the honky tonks that are still lively at this hour. i started on the red carpet got to meet incredible people. it is an experience i will ever experience. take a watch. >> you got about the best date of all tonight. >> this is my mom. first cma and awards night ever. >> how big is this 50th anniversary are i? >> for someone like me who was at the first one 15 years ago i have been to at least 45 of the 50 it is special to see how big it has become. >> i can't wait for the dolly tribute. it will be a nice surprise.
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>> it's dolly. of course she needs a tribute. >> this is amazing. >> hi. >> interview hijacked by rascal flatts. it's okay because it is rascal flatts. >> i keep hearing about garth. >> he's a trip, too. you got to be ready. i mean you got to be ready to keep up with country music. >> bring donald and hillary to dance together. >> the election is a few days away. you feel country is going in the right direction? >> i don't know about country being divided, but i am hoping whoever is elected. we have problems we need to deal with and we need to deal with them now. >> makes you proud to be an american when you listen to country music more than any oregon raw.
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>> love to be a part of a genre like that. love our country so much. >> ♪ thank my lucky stars to be living hear today ♪ ♪ the flag still stands for freedom and they can't take that away ♪ >> they opened the door for us. the greatest patriotic song ever written. >> ♪ god bless america ♪ land that i love ♪ stand beside her and guide her ♪ ♪ through the night with the lights from above ♪ >> so many amazing moments. you can seeley singing god bless america. >> not only are they counted but they are the most humble people you will ever meet. it was an incredible night. so many highlights.
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i was excited to be here. >> i can imagine. >> like hearing you sing. >> you know i will when i get the chance rment . >> randy travis rekoing from a stroke appearing on stage. >> very cool moment. >> the time is 27 minutes after the top of the hour. an investigation into the clinton foundation is now a high priority. is hillary about to be indicted? >> it's time for loretta lynch to allow comey and the fbi to get this evidence before a grand jury. >> you know she has something to say. judge jeanine explaining why the fbi director decided to reopen the case. >> first hear is lee green with more on of "god bless america." ♪
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>> good morning. it is thursday, november 3rdrd. the final count down. five days away until the election. melania trump is hitting the trail today as a brand new bombshell drops on the clinton campaign. >> sources confirming to fox news a separate fbi investigation into the clinton foundation pay to play allegations is now what they are calling a very high priority. >> okay, ready? we are going to pretend we are down. we are down. >> donald trump has shown us the kind of person he is and the kind of president he would be. >> one good thing that came out of wikileaks is it shows how corrupt these people truly are
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and how corrupt our government truly is. >> this is about as outrageous a department of justice we have ever seen. >> we are going to washington, d.c. and we are going to drain the swamp. >> good morning to you. you are watching "fox & friends first." i am heather childers. nice of you to stick around with us. nice to have you, too. >> thank you for having me onset. it is 32 minutes after the top of the hour. we have a brand new bombshell five days away from the election. >> fbi agents are involved. they are pushing for an en time -- indictment in a pay to play scheme. they claim the justice department blocked the investigation despite mounting evidence. >> big stuff.
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>> we are live in washington, d.c. with the latest. >> good morning to you. fox learned the second ongoing fbi investigation looking at allegations of a pay per play scheme between the state department and clinton foundation have taken a high priority. the investigation has been underway for more than a year now. it is separate from the bureau's probe. sources tell us there is an avalanche of new information coming in every day including information from the wikileaks document. caught in the middle is the justice department which reportedly tried to shut down the investigation earlier this year. that's according to a report by the wall street journal. the paper reports that senior officials at the justice department disagreed with agents on the case about the strength of the evidence and have been pushing the bureau to drop the investigation for the last nine
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months. with all of the new information coming in, the bureau has no choice but to investigate. president obama wants to remain neutral regarding the investigation. but in mull time interviews on the campaign trail he defended clinton. >> when she makes an honest mistake it ends up being blown up and this is just some crazy thing. i understand why if you are voting for the first time all of that noise coming at you, maybe it is something i should be worried about. >> today president obama will be in florida and others will be over swing states to look at the new reports. they are trying woifrn the vot the last few days.
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>> big money spent on ads, too. >> thank you so much. >> judge jeanine pirro echos calls for an indictment saying the clinton e-mail investigation has gone on for way too long and enough is enough. >> it is time for a grand jury. time for loretta lynch to allow comey and the fbi to get this evidence before a grand jury. this explains why all of a sudden the case is reopened. i get the huma abedin, the weiner part of it. there is a mutiny in the fbi. that's why all of this stuff is coming out. there are four offices that continue to investigate although justice has tried to shut this down saying there's not enough evidence, this reporting from this other person who apparently is an informant is hearsay. this woman should have been indicted a year ago.
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>> do you think hillary clinton should ob will be indicted? log on there will be a live debate hashtag keep talking. >> now to the trump side. melania trump taking center stage on the campaign trail today talking immigration. as her husband races across key battle ground states. brand new polls showing him closing the gap in many of the key states. our own jackie ibanez here now following trump. >> five days to the election trump is hitting the campaign trail for her husband today. she is making the first speech of the general election in the battle ground state of pennsylvania. the campaign says she will be focusing on women and children and what a trump presidency will do for then. the future first lady will tackle immigration telling her story of growing up overseas and dreaming of becoming an american citizen. it will be an important moment.
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while his wife is in the northeast donald trump will be crisscrossing the south making devil campaign stops today. he starts his day in jacksonville, florida where he is looking to get more voters for his growing movement. >> our movement represents all americans from all backgrounds and all walks of life. we are asking for the votes of republicans and democrats and independents and first time voters. believe me there are a lot of first time voters that are standing online right now. >> donald trump will make his final campaign stop in ohio where he has opened up a sizable knead over clinton in the latest polling out of the buckeye state there as presidential hopeful senator ted cruz is making his first appearance campaigning at the top of the ticket today. the texas senator making stops with iowa and michigan with indiana governor mike pence.
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>> five days. thank you so much, jackie. >> you are welcome. >> the time now is about 20 minutes until the top of the hour. we have brand new concerns to tell you about. problems at the polls and what could be the state that decides the election, where the outrage is boiling over as election officials are accused of fraud. >> interesting. but with five days to go, millions of americans have already cast their ballots. >> for any democratic voter and who are having a bad case of buyer's remorse, you can change your vote to donald trump>> if you have ana owe moment can you really change yaur mind? you can get a second chance with your ballot. >> here is carrie under wood performing dirty laundry at the cma awards.
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>> accusations of voter fraud in the state, one of them anyway, that could decide the election. the republican party of florida saying poll workers in broward county are opening the ballots before they have been cleared to count. >> they have not been approved. that is trouble some. if there is any challenge to any ballots there's nobody there to
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hear the challenges. >> they will be filing a lawsuit if county officials don't respond to their complaint. >> more voter concern in arizona as democrats may be able to collect early ballots. they are taking a look at a ruling. the krin ton campaign democrats and other critics complain the law isn't fair to minorities and other people who can't get to polling places. reopening the case at this point especially five days to go risks chaos and confusion. >> i think there's already a lot of chaos going on. cnn is still under fire as explanations about debate questions leaked by donna brazil start to fall apart. >> many asking is the network even investigating that situation.
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>> the fallout for donna brazil linked questions to the clinton campaign continues. the network is under fire for not thoroughly investigating this incident. they gave the campaign a heads up and a woman will be questioned about rat poisoning in the water. the network only revealed that information a few days ago. in a statement cape cornn said completely uncomfortable with what we have learned about the interactions with the clinton campaign. s they also say she didn't have access to questions in advance. e-mails leaked to john podesta said she passed on the info. subject one of the questions is a woman with a rash. in the booed de her family has led poisoning and she wants to know what you will do to help the people of flint. will send more. presidential candidate had this
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to say about the cnn can sdal. ligs en. >> the most dishonest people. they always talk about donna brazil. can you imagine they gave the questions to donald trump before a debate. >> trump supporters were emboldened by media bias against him. back to you. >> shah thank you very much. let's check in with steve doocy to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> we are going to be talking a little bit. did you know there is a big election coming up on tuesday? >> didn't hear about that. >> we will be talking a little bit, given the fact that the clinton foundation, hillary clinton, looks like according to bret baier's reporting from last night an indictment could be looming. we are going to be talking a
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little bit about the possibility of impeachment if she is elected. i know the president said something yesterday. >> some republicans in congress who are already suggesting they will impeach hillary. she hasn't even been elected yet. it doesn't matter what evidence. they will find something. >> it wouldn't be the republicans. it looks like it would be the fbi. we are going to talk to michael mccall. he heads up the committee on capitol hill. the campaign manager is going to join us live. three hours of the best morning show on television starts 14 minutes from now. >> we will stay tuned for sure. >> someone wants people to know what's going on. a lot of stuff being leaked. >> what about pay to play. the clinton foundation. >> we will be back. stay with us.
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welcome back to "fox & friends first." you may have not cast your ballot, but millions of americans already have sent in their ballots for the 2016 presidential election. >> what if you decide to maybe change your mind? >> for any democratic voters who have already cast their ballots for hillary clinton and who are having a bad case of buyer's remorse, you can change your vote to donald trump. >> well, a google search for the words "change early vote" is surging since the fbi reopened the investigation into hillary
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clinton's e-mail server. >> people are thinking about it. here to explain the options with us is erin, how does one simply change their vote? >> reporter: not every voter can do it. in fact, the deadline to change your vote passed on tuesday in the state of minnesota. so unfortunately, minnesotans don't have this option. so only in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania can they do have. pennsylvania, specifically, the voter can go in on election day and their absentee ballot would be invalidated. in wisconsin you have up until three options, you can do it three times, changing your vote. which is so interesting. now, as of tuesday, no one had changed their vote in wisconsin three times just yet, but i would be interested to see by
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election day if someone actually does it three times. >> do you have any numbers, i mean, as to how many people have tried to change their votes before? and explain one more time what happens to your other vote. >> reporter: so what you do in these states, and in michigan, you have the option to until 4:00 p.m. on monday, the day before election day, but you have to go into a local election's office and actually say, okay, i might have made a mistake. and now election officials will go get your ballot, destroy it, and then you hand in a new one. >> so interesting. no, you've got to confirm the first one is invalidated. i was in minnesota and voted absentee. i was not aware of this process, but when you look at the other states so open, wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, all very important states in this process. are the campaigns focusing on people that have already voted and trying to get them to switch? or is this just something they are talking about? >> or to keep them from switching? >> reporter: we're not really hearing that from hillary clinton. but as you play in the top of the segment, donald trump has
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been talking about this. wisconsin is an important state, and hillary clinton just started advertising in wisconsin last week as polls there are tightening. pennsylvania is a very important one. donald trump really needs to win pennsylvania to have the hope of actually winning the white house. so he is doing a little bit of this because every vote counts, especially in those important swing states. >> it does seem like the lead is a door open for a lot of the human error by accident or if, you know, planning it and it's voter fraud. so what are they doing to keep any of that from happening? >> reporter: well, it's all with the human touch. what the local election officials have to do is look at the signatures that you cast and c compare it with the new ones on a ballot. >> but my signature is never the same. >> mine isn't either. >> you're right, a lot of people weren't aware of this. >> and absentee ballots could be
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invalidated if they areimproperly filled out in the first place. eric mcpike, thank you for illuminating us on this this morning. and the fbi is promising to pursue not one but two investigations into hillary clinton. will she be indicted? and here's faith hill and tim mcgraw performing at last night's cmas. changes to make things right.
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it's a week until the election and the new polls keep coming. in fact, a new poll shows more voters are supporting tinder and will vote for hillary clinton. and that's because they keep going, i guess, i don't know. >> swipe right, swipe left. two minutes until the top of the hour. before you leave the house, here's what is going on today. the fbi now pushing for an environment in the clinton foundation pay for play investigation. sources telling fox news the probe will continue despite election notes and it is a,
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quote, high priority. >> hitting the campaign trail in the all-important battleground state of pennsylvania is melania trump. and the chicago cubs are the world series champions! finally! capping off the late-night thriller in cleveland, it's the first world series for them since 1908. >> even if you are not a cubbies fan, you have to appreciate it. we want to go back to the investigation into the hillary clinton server. we asked you at home if you think hillary clinton should be indicted. >> tons of responses pouring in. rocco says, yes, absolutely! people had to face serious consequences for committing less. she's not above the law. >> and @flymum says, yes!
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#draintheswamp. >> and missy2452 says, yes! she should be held accountable for her actions. >> thank you for joining us. "fox & friends" starts right now. good morning to you and your or you on this thursday, november 3rd, i'm ainsley earhardt. another major bombshell just dropped on hillary clinton's campaign. fbi agents are apparently pushing for an indictment. in the clinton's pay for play scandal, this morning the doj connection has just been revealed. the curse has been reversed. >> the cubs have won the world series! >> incredible.

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