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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. the chicago cubs making history
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with their first world series since 1908. anything but easy. the indians would not let go of this game. we'll take you inside the celebration. plus, country music's biggest stars getting political last night at the "cmas." >> crooked carrie, this show is rigged. >> you're very own basket of deplorables! >> and that's not all, we'll take you behind the scenes to the "cmas" last night. live from new york city with five days to go, in the "fox & friends." well, we are five days away from the election and we were waking up this morning to major news just dropped about hillary clinton and the clinton foundation and pay to play. >> we are talking about the fbi, when you talk about the justice department, you talk about a lot of friction.
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but the fbi has not stopped looking into the links between the clinton foundation and the state department during hillary clinton's years as secretary of state. we did not know this was happening. hillary clinton denied it a year ago this was taking place. my man, it's taking place. >> james comey on friday when he dropped his october surprise, he had few details, but last night at the very beginning of bret beier's special program, he outlined five things he was told. the fbi investigation into hillary clinton has been a high priority for more than a year. and apparently it's being instigated and followed up by the fbi's white collar crime division. >> that's exactly right. also the laptop that clinton aides cheryl mills and heather samuelson have not been destroyed. remember we were told you could not get the information.
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turns out they have the laptop. >> yes, they said we'll take a look at these. after we look at them, we'll agree to get rid of them. we thought on the outside, why would you do that? why would you destroy them? it turns out they have them. there's a backstory there. >> they have limited immunity. they would destroy them, but the caveat is if anybody told a lie during their testimony, then the immunity is dead and that is what is going on. >> e-mails were found on former congressman wiener's laptop believed to be original nighted on hillary clinton's secret server. that backs up the report that we heard earlier this week that the reason why we knew the 650,000 number was correct is they got multiple hits on the meta data search of dot gov and clinton
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e-mails. >> these could be classified in nature. >> this is number four, the jaw-dropper, the indictment is likely in a pay-for-play scheme at the clinton foundation. the indictment is likely, barring some obstruction in some way from somebody at the department of justice. >> well, they said the indictment was possible. we'll back the likely word. finally, this is something that people have said, well, you know, if she didn't really have much security, she's easily hackable, right? given what comey said, we really don't know. turns out the fbi sources say with 99% certainty that hillary clinton's server has been hacked by at least five foreign governments, which means when you think about it, maybe that's why her particular e-mails have not been leaked by wikileaks. five other countries actually have them. they're waiting for her to be president of the united states so they can blackmail her. that is a brilliant intel if
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true. >> or if these are state actors, this could be -- >> a guy in a basement somewhere. >> exactly. or a woman, just so you know. to be fair and balanced on that. there's a bit of a war and you heard about this. the scary thing for our country is the politization of this whole thing. there's ongoing friction between the fbi and the justice department. and it is playing out right before our eyes. >> it is. apparently what's happening, and this is a detailed page in "the wall street journal" today, the fbi was looking into a public corruption case and they were listening to an informant secretly recorded, and he started to talk about the clinton foundation. the agents thought there was enough information to go there, however the prosecutors at the fbi and the department of justice said, it's hearsay, we don't have enough there.
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so we're not going forward with that particular case, even though on the recordings this guy is talking about what was happening behind the scenes to the clinton foundation. and it was completely illegal. >> well, there is that battle between the fbi and the doj. and rudy giuliani was on fox last night saying that folks inside the fbi, these agents are so furious. listen to this. >> we have outraged fbi agents that are outraged at the injustice. they are outraged by the justice being turned down to open a grand jury. they are outraged that loretta lynch has corrupted the justice department. you have people who are defense lawyers for clinton people. i mean, this is about as outrageous a corruption of the justice department you have ever seen. >> and you're hearing that judge pirro and rudy giuliani say this should have gone to a grand jury a long time ago.
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>> loretta lynch wouldn't okay it and then reused herself after being caught with bill clinton on a plane. >> and the president has been out there campaigning for hillary clinton and saying, it's just a mistake. she made an honest mistake. but newt gingrich said something last night that really struck a cord. he said, it's not about a mistake. lives are at stake here. these are secrets, american secrets. and these could affect people's lives. listen. >> you have a very really national security scandal. and as you just pointed out, anybody who thinks it's a small thing, to have five different foreign governments now knowing a whole range of american secrets, this is really very dangerous individuals who can be killed, this is dangerous to our programs that could be blocked or undermined. this is very real.
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>> newt gingrich is the man. we said everything here is on one path. we are not talking about the 650,000 of what is going on with them. every day we get more information. they are furiously going through the 650,000 with a program called computer analysis and response team. this is the team, this is the team going through it to get rid of the duplicates and then put them into categories and more and more agents are coming in. we could be hearing something by tomorrow or this weekend about generally what the 650,000 e-mails say or don't say. >> even if we don't, the fbi agents say this could go on, if she's elected, it could go on past that. >> we heard according to the bret baier stuff last night, there are some duplicates and there are some classified ones in there as well. >> and the president said yesterday, we don't govern by
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innuendo. he's calling out his own fbi director he appointed. >> it sounds like the investigation into the clinton foundation started with the clinton cash board. according to "the wall street journal," it started after peter schweitzer published his book. and as it turns out, he's been interviewed multiple times by the fbi. he said to "the wall street journal," i didn't do this, it's a legal document. i was just trying to connect the dots. apparently they looked at him and a lot of the dots aren't pointing in the right direction. >> people are calling on james comey and other people. hillary clinton is the reason -- she did this. she used her server, she has no one to blame but herself. all right. we'll talk about what the candidates are doing now. move over, donald, because melania trump is taking the center stage today making her first speech on the stump. >> that as her husband donald trump visits key battleground states where brand new polls show a razor thin race just five days before the election.
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>> and the good news is i get to talk to john roberts. john roberts is live in jacksonville. all right. >> reporter: big round of applause for brian this morning. five days left to go and he got it right. brian, ainsley, steve, good morning to you. everything you've been going over for the last ten minute, donald trump has been talking about this idea that if hillary clinton is elected president, it could be just litanies of endless investigations, on and on. potentially we'll see where that goes if she wins on tuesday, but that's why donald trump says he's the best person to be elected president. a lot of people on the other side say, no, we don't want that to happen. a lot of people here in jacksonville, florida, are going to be talking about rebuilding the military population. there's a big jacksonville naval air station here. you mentioned melania trump, her big moment on the campaign trail today in berwyn, pennsylvania,
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trying to get out voter participation among republican women. don't forget, there's a transit strike in philadelphia, which could suppress voter turnout in the city. so they want to try to get that up for the republicans outside the city. and new polls to talk about, 46/45 donald trump leading hillary clinton. this is a new quinnipiac poll. in the university of denver poll in the state of colorado, it's evening up at 39 apiece. and the new hampshire/wbr poll has donald trump up 40% to 39%. a couple people i talked to said they would like to see kellyanne conway with one of the invisible fence collars. every time she got up to the
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invisible fence, she would zap him. here's what trump said about that last night. >> we have to be nice and cool, nice and cool, right? stay on point, donald. stay on point. no side tracks, donald. nice and easy. because i have been watching hillary the last few days, she's totally unhinged. we don't want any of that. >> reporter: so trump promising his supporters he's going to stay on message. that's something his supporters really want to hear because they are crossing their fingers, a lot of them are saying, donald trump, you're this close. don't screw it up. >> john roberts, thank you. thank john roberts and get out cleanly. thank you, john. >> he's so transparent. you have one candidate who people say is not trustworthy, and another one who is so honest. five days before the final
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vote. >> somebody else told me to say that. >> donald trump has said it time and time again. >> the media is a part and one of the vital pieces in the system of which we live. >> that's johnny damon over his right shoulder. and huma abedin comes out of hiding for the first time. and you won't believe what she's doing. i'm here in bristol, virginia. and now...i'm in bristol, tennessee. on this side of the road is virginia... and on this side it's tennessee. no matter which state in the country you live in, you could save hundreds on car insurance by switching to geico. look, i'm in virginia...
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good evening. the polls are close and the battleground is shifting tonight. but hillary clinton seems to be holding the inside track. >> as trump and clinton make their closing arguments, we hear the concerns of millenial voters. >> neither party deserves the black vote. >> i think we do need law and order in this country. >> i've never been more afraid in my life than i have been throughout this election. >> and the alarm iing picture o the church set on fire with the words that say -- >> vote trump there.
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all of the networks ignored the wikileaks scandal entirely. how is that possible? with advice for the political season, we have amy holmes. good morning to you. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> for 20 years on this channel we have been talking about the media bias, we flipped on the channels last night and there it is right there. >> there it is. to me at this point it is not debatable. it is measurable. so, for example, for the senate republican integrity, they did a study to find that 96% of media entities who donated to the presidential campaign donated to hillary. is that a surprise to you, reallysurprise? no. >> and yesterday we found out that most of the people making donations to the department of justice were voting with their wallets for hillary as well. >> right. and we're learning from wikileaks, john podesta's lawyer who is supposed to be giving information to congress about the whole investigation, you know, it's confirming what we have measured, which is that
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voters think that the media is biased and biased in favor of hillary clinton. >> sure. and all you have to do is look at something from wikileaks where it has been revealed that apparently donna brazile, the cnn commentator, gave hillary clinton some of the questions that she was going to be asked at a town hall and a debate as well. jeff zucker, the guy who runs cnn is embarrassed. >> he's come out with pretty strong words about donna brazile who is a friend, someone i really like, and -- >> but what she did is way off the charts. >> i don't think she should have done it, but it's a lot bigger than that. when you look at wikileaks and how many journalists -- donna brazile was deputy chair of the dnc at the time. all the journalists who have been colluding with the clinton campaign, you have john hardwood of cnbc who was moderating a debate, who was communicating with john podesta about go
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hillary, go hillary. you canning will at the way this whole campaign has been covered which has been measured. and donald trump has gotten more coverage than hillary clinton. most of it has been entirely negative. >> absolutely. real quickly, amy, a question, people have long memories in this country. and if they get nothing but anti-trump messages from the mainstream media in advance of the election, they're going to remember that they are not fair and balanced, those channels. >> they are. and the polling shows that. the polling shows that voters have a very low trust factor when it comes to the mainstream media. they don't think they are getting the straight story. they do think they are getting biased. and you know what? they're right. >> you're right. amy, thank you for coming in. five days before the final vote. >> it's so exciting! >> i know it. coming up on this thursday, school officials tell students four of their classmates were killed texting while driving. but one problem, the kids were alive. there was no crash. so why did the school lie? we'll tell you about that.
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good morning. welcome back to "fox & friends." 24 minutes after the hour with a few headlines, the philadelphia transit strike goes into the third day today. and the grueling gridlock could affect voters heading to the poll in the heavy democratic state. about 4700 workers walked off the job on tuesday shutting down buses, trolleys and subways. transportation workers say they have a backup plan and will seek
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legal action in the strike continues until election day. and her husband's sexting scandal may cost her boss the election, but that is not stopping hillary clinton's top confident from hosting a d.c. fund-raiser tonight charging $5,000 for a picture. it's slated to be abedin's first official appearance since the fbi found her work e-mails on her estranged husband's anthony weiner's laptop. and ted cruz is making stops in iowa and michigan with indiana governor mike pence. those are your headlines. thank you, heather. another bombshell for hillary clinton's campaign. get this, fbi agents investigating the foundation's pay-to-play scandal, reportedly pushing for an indictment while facing road blocks from the doj. and the investigation going on for over a year. we are bringing it all to you,
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we have former fbi investigator terry turchey. terry, does it surprise you that this investigation was going on eight months ago and hillary clinton said, i don't know anything about it? >> good morning, brian. no, it doesn't surprise me. when you look at all this, it is reminiscent of the first time around with president clinton and the eight years he spent in office. the white house itself became a revolving door of the fbi investigations. and i think we can expect more of the same if clinton is elected president. >> why is this something that the voters didn't know about eight months ago? maybe it was the primary process and they could have picked somebody else. >> well, depending on who you talk to, you get all kinds of theories. but what this really looks like is a lot of attempts and steps by people in doj to slow down or -- i don't way obstruct, but to slow down and prevent fbi agents in the street and the field from really getting into
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the truth of what is going on. and you see all kinds of indications here, when you see all of these attempts to go out to collect money and in all types and fashions. going back to what i mentioned earlier the first time around with president clinton, one of the biggest things that was going on at that time was an fbi investigation called campcon which stood for campaign contributions. interestingly, the whole thing centered on the fbi investigation looking into foreign influence. then we were concerned about chinese intelligence agents providing money to the dnc and to the clintons. and also the criminal side of doing things you're not supposed to do when you're a politician collecting money. >> terry, it's like a kid, if you don't stop the act, they get away with it in the '90s, why wouldn't they try it 20 years later and think they'll get away with it. now that they have accumulated more power. that's what you point us to in the book, details that in the pre-interview you gave.
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we really have three tracks. we have james comey. and then the fbi agents who are very frustrated over the summer that james comey dismissed any type of indictment opportunity and didn't empanel a grand jury. then you have the justice department working with the fbi agents much to the dismay of the justice department. where does this leave us? >> well, this leaves us feeling very, very sad is where it leaves us. and you have heard a lot of former agents talking about this. i've heard a lot of my colleagues talk about it, to be truthful, i haven't talked to anybody inside the fbi to get the firsthand knowledge, but this looks like the fbi that i knew. even if the first line of defense fails when you have something really major with politicians, you can always count on the people that are in the trenches doing the work to come through. and i think that's what they kept doing, they kept working hard and they kept taking their case to the people that they have to report to.
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and if we operate on the assumption, which we should, that director comey is a man of integrity, then over time he's got to listen to these people and realize that there's only one direction to take this. and the direction to take it is until we run it all out. and when you start running it all out, you get into all kinds of tangled webs. >> terry, i have to talk to you again because we didn't touch the 650,000 e-mails, which i understand the fbi and the justice department is curiously going through to see if there's anything in the huma abedin e-mails some we'll have you back and will be live on sunday. maybe we'll discuss this as it moves forward because it's coming with five days until the election. terry turchie, thank you so much. >> you're welcome, brian. coming up, both sides of the aisle react to the deadly shooting of two cops in iowa, including bill clinton. you won't believe what he had to say, though. and the country music royalty came out for the music awards. abby was on the red carpet, what
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happened? >> reporter: i'm still on an emotional high. there were so many moments. this is a tease, so i can't tell you everything that happened, but i'll tell you one of the highlights with carrie underwood who was a host of the show. she sang her song "dirty laundry." she came on stage and brought the house down. stay with us.
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well, country music's biggest stars coming out for the 50th annual cma awards. at the same time the baseball game was going on. there were plenty of musicians and lots of great music, but there was politics discussed courtesy of host carrie underwood and brad paisley. >> crooked carrie, this show is
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rigged. >> that's right. you're very own basket of deplorables! don't drunk that during the show, brad, because then you'll have to take a wikileaks. >> well, a big winner of the night, mr. garth brooks who took home the top prize, entertainer of the year. carrie underwood winning female vocalist of the year right there. and chris stapleton winning male vocalist of the year. >> last year was his year and this year was his year, too. our good friend dolly parton had a special moment honored with the lifetime achievement award. but it was randy travis who stole the star-studded show with a single word. >> ladies and gentlemen, the newest member of the country music hall of fame, randy travis. ♪ amen
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>> amen to that. our own abby huntsman was there at the cmas last night. >> reporter: from nashville, if you keep sending me down here for the assignments, i'm never going to come home. nashville the best place to be even at 4:00 in the morning. i'm right outside the bridgestone arena where all this happened last night. you can see behind me the lights from the famous broadway street with all the honky tonk. the tribute to dolly parton was one of the best things. if you didn't have tears, you had chills. it was unbelievable. before it all started, i went on the red carpet to talk to the artists. as tim mcgraw sang last night in his song "humble and kind" that's exactly how they >> good morning, "fox & friends." hope you're all doing good. >> good morning, "fox & friends." >> keep your voice down. they may not be open yet.
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>> good morning "fox & friends." ♪ >> reporter: you have the best date of all tonight. >> i do. this is my beautiful mom. her first cma award and carpet show ever. >> reporter: what does tonight mean to you? >> 50 years. this is the best of the cma award shows to me. being a part of the committee, the anniversary, a lot more legends are going to show up tonight. >> reporter: how big is tonight, the 50th anniversary in. >> well, for somebody like me who was at the very first one 50 years ago, and i've been to, i would say at least 45 of the 50, it's pretty special to see how big it has become. >> it's just a great opportunity to look back at where we came from and to expect the tradition inherited to country music. >> reporter: how fun it is to be here. >> it's amazing to have the opportunity to be here. >> reporter: our interview just
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got hijacked by rascal flatts. >> good morning, "fox & friends." we love you! >> i keep hearing about garth brooks, he's a humble guy. >> he's a trip. you have to be ready to keep up with him. >> i love the "fox & friends." and i have to say, hey, look at this tie, dude. i think country music could bring donald and hillary to dance together. >> are you really sure? because i can take it from here to china and back. >> reporter: i want to hear obama now. >> well, what we're going to do is we're going to -- you can laugh, ma'am, we're going to change the carpet. we're going to take it all the way to the left, not so far to the right. >> reporter: the election is just a few days away, how are you feeling about things? are you feeling the country is divided or in the wrong direction?
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>> i don't think the country is divided, but i'm hoping that whoever is elected will pull this thing back together again. we have some problems we need to deal with and need to deal with them now. >> reporter: it also makes you proud to be an american. we listen to country music unlike any other genre, doesn't it? >> yes, so many songs pay tribute to the military vets and folks are out there fighting for us. i love to be a part of the genre that loves our country so much. >> those marines that opened the door for us when we got here, those are proud soldiers. >> the greatest patriotic song ever written. ♪ god bless america land that i love ♪ ♪ stand besides her and guide her through the night with the light from above ♪
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>> reporter: in nashville, to see lee greenwood sing that, unbelievable. so many people honored to be in this country, but so many friends here. >> great job. >> big night and early morning. abby, thank you very much. >> i'm worried we are going to lose you to vh1. >> we love our music. and we love our military. and heather has a story about the service members. >> i certainly do. it's a sad story, they certainly need our prayers this morning. two u.s. service members killed in afghanistan during a mission to take out the taliban. and two other americans were also hurt when their unit came under fire while they were working alongside afghan troops in the city of kunduz. their names won't be released until their families are identified. today's loss is heartbreaking and we offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of our service members. five total have been killed in
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action in afghanistan since early october of this year alone. more information on that as we get it. back here at home, the man accused of murdering two iowa police officers is behind bars. 46-year-old scott michael greene has a long wrap sheet including assault and drunk driving. he's accused of shooting officers tony beminio and justin martin while sitting in their police cars. president obama weighed in on the shooting and what he said is rising eyebrows. listen to this. >> a lot of people are under pressure right now and we're living in a contentious time. we have to be looking for answers. >> a contentious time, people under pressure. well, greene turned himself in two hours after he was named a suspect. a high school under fire this morning, school officials telling students that four of their classmates had been killed texting while driving. >> there have been serious
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arrests and multiple things happening. we currently lost a handful of students and will show you images of their lives now. we would like you to give them a moment of silence. >> just a few seconds later the school officials said it was part of a safety drill at broadhead high school. some of the students were upset and crying. the school apologized for upsetting the students but they said it had to teach them a lesson. it was the idea of the student council. and the chicago cubs are the new world series champs. >> here's the 0-1 -- this is going to be a tough play -- bryant -- the cubs win the world series! >> what an epic finish it was after ten innings. the cubs reversed the curse beating the cleveland indians 8-7 in game seven of the historic world series. this extends the indians world series drought to 69 years. and those are your headlines.
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congratulations to the cubs! >> the indians forcing the extra innings, getting a run in the ten then, unbelievable. >> what a game and what a series. congratulations, chicago. still ahead, bombshell developments in the clinton investigation. we are now learning the laptops of these two ladies who were her top aides, remember they said they were destroyed? they are not destroyed. what does this mean? justin napolitano is on the case. but first, more from the cmas. here's lee greenwood with "god bless the usa." ♪ because there ain't no doubt i love this land god bless the usa ♪
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just five days to go and another bombshell for the clinton campaign. a secret audio reportedly reveals details of a pay-to-play scheme. >> the fbi now combing the laptops of two top aides as we learn the laptops were not destroyed after all as part of a deal they got with the fbi. so what does this all mean for hillary clinton? we're going to weigh in, judge napolitano is here. judge, we heard in agreement for talking to the fbi and leasing their laptops, the fbi after they looked at them would destroy the laptops. but now we're learning because there's this pay-for-play investigation into the clinton foundation, they are combing through the laptops. what happened? >> this is an odd twist in law enforcement. if you're going to get immunity, you have to get an order signed by a judge that lasts forever and can't be changed unless the basis for the immunity turns out
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not to be true. so you have to tell the truth in return for immunity. these people did not get immunity. >> they did not go to a judge. >> correct. they did not go to a judge. no grand jury sitting, so no place to give testimony, no basis to go to a judge. so they got a promise not to prosecute and a promise to destroy the laptops f. circumstances change, the fbi suddenly finds they need what is in the laptops, they will decide not to comply with the promise for the greater good. so these people are stuck. why did they get this type of promise not to prosecute? why weren't they dragged before a grand jury? because comey and the justice department decided no grand jury. those of us who watched this from a professional perspective have been harshly critical of this single decision not to empanel a grand jury. the fbi is toothless without a grand jury. >> i'm sure the fbi would have had that, because the department of justice pulled rank. >> again, we have war in
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camps -- >> do you think the fbi didn't want it? >> i think, for the most part, the fbi agents, the agents, the min and women in the field during the interviews and gathering the evidence, strongly wanted a grand jury. profoundly believe to this day that there's a mountain of evidence with which to charge, indict and convict mrs. clinton and her colleagues on the espionage charge. we have not got on the clinton foundation yet. but there's a camp in the fbi that said we're not going to do this and the justice department said no grand jury. >> so two ladies said they destroyed their laptops but it turns out they didn't. >> the fbi said give us your laptops and we won't prosecute you and we'll destroy your laptops. then the fbi after the wiener revelations decided, we have to dig deeper into the laptops, we're not going to destroy them. that's where we are this morning. again, there's also the other investigation about which mrs. clinton didn't say a peep during earlier, it was great during the primaries, and that was the
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clinton foundation. there are hundreds of thousands of documents in there that the fbi is still going through. >> just a yes or no answer, did hillary clinton, could she be telling the truth when she answ. could hillary could be telling the truth she didn't know there was an investigation into the clinton foundation to the ""des moines register". >> it's unbelievable what's going on. >> if you don't laugh, you wind up crying. >> judge, thank you. >> how much longer until election? >> five days. >> donald trump is tearing into hillary clinton's character. watch. >> hillary wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles but she has brought all of this on herself. >> how did that play with the voters? we have the brand-new dials you'll only see here next.
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we are only five days away from this election and the nominees are going all-out on the campaign trails. they are attacking each other. they are focusing on the issues as well. so how have the voters -- how have you the voter been responding to what they are doing? lee carter has brand-new dials for us. good morning to you, lee. >> good morning. >> the fbi, we have sources that are saying that she possibly could get indicted, but she says there's no case here. she's been saying that on the campaign trail. watch this and guys at home watch what the independents thinks about what she says. that's the good indication of what's happening in this election. that's the yellow line. >> for those of you who are concerned about my using personal email, i understand, and as i've said, i'm not making
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excuses. i've said it was a mistake, and iit, and now they apparently want to look at emails of one of my staffers and by all means they should look at them, and i am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did when they looked at my emails for the last year. there is no case here. >> so, lee, what do the people say that you were polling about that? >> you can see democrats gave it a b. independents, a c minus, and republicans an f, and you can just see that it just didn't necessarily resonate with folks. she seemed defensive. >> donald trump, she can blame whoever she wants for the email thing. it's her fault. watch the dials. >> hillary wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles, but she has brought all of this on herself. hillary is the one who set up an illegal private email server in
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a closet to shield her criminal activity. hillary is the one who engaged in a corrupt pay-for-play scheme at the state department and now there are five fbi probes into the clinton foundation and their pay-for-play activities. >> you can see republicans loved it. it was off the charts. the independents were pretty high on that too. >> they were, republicans gave it an a plus, independents a b, and democrats, this didn't resonate. what we're finding the more specific he is, the better the attack. when he's focused on hillary, when he gives specifics. people respond. they have got a lot of questions right now. >> good deal. thank you so much, lee. >> great to be here. coming up, how will donald trump respond to the latest hillary clinton bomb shell, his campaign manager, kellyanne conway is going to join us live next hour. ♪
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you have to get out. you have to get vote. you have to get out there. we don't want to blow it that i can tell you. we have work very hard. all of us. you, me, everybody. >> we're going to make this choice next tuesday one way or another. come january 20th, america is going to have a new president. >> the big difference between the clintons and the sopranos is that the sopranos never left an email trail. >> the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders. >> i've been watching hillary the last few days. she's totally unhinged. >> if you add up all the people, all the groups of people that he has insulted and dmeend it makes up more than half of america. >> mrs. clinton has violated
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easily 20 or 30 federal laws. who is she going to bring to the white house with her? >> her grandpa worked in a silk mill. i'm doing this because i need a job. ray ban may want me as a sponsor. >> nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point. stay on point. we've got five days until the big election, the good news after he leaves the white house, joe biden is selling sunglasses. >> absolutely. >> who is behind those foster grants? >> those are ray bans, actually. >> how many surrogates hillary clinton has. the vice president, president, first lady. >> the trump people have got the entire family and all those people we saw in the sound bite. >> they are all over the map. >> they are working every state.
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working the swing states, especially. the brand-new bomb shell overnight for hillary clinton, just days before this election, it's unbelievable. >> that's right. according to bret baier's sources at the fbi, fbi agents possibly pushing for an indictment in the alleged clinton foundation pay-to-play scheme which has been on going for over a year. >> here we go, fox news senior correspondent mike emanuel is live with the clinton camp in tempe, arizona. i guess she's back in arizona trying to turn it blue. there's a lot of information swirling around her campaign. >> brian, steve, ainsley, good morning to you. major developments overnight including word that the clinton foundation investigation has now taken a, quote, very high priority. our colleague bret baier doing some significant reporting, including the fact that the clinton foundation investigation has now been going on for at least a year and bret's sources indicate that there's an avalanche of evidence, the laptops of clinton aides sheryl
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mills and heather samuelson have not been destroyed and the devices are being exploited at the fbi feel office in washington. sources say the digital combing of anthony weiner's laptop is finding new emails from the clinton private server and sources say an indictment is possible in the case of pay-for-play allegations at the clinton foundation. with 99% accuracy that clinton's private server has been fiefed by at least five foreign intelligence agencies. as for the presidential campaign, well, hillary clinton held a literally nearby on the campus of arizona university. trump has a 5-point edge in traditionally red or republican arizona, but clinton talk about turning the state blue. >> as the political pundits like to say, this state is in play
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for the first time in years. arizona has only voted for a democrat for president once since 1948, and that was my husband in 1996. >> from here, hillary clinton is flying back east to battleground north carolina to do some campaigning with her former rival bernie sanders. this, as, of course, the continued drip, drip iks drip of wikileaks emails and, of course, the clinton foundation and her email investigation continues. back to you guys, in new york. james comey on friday had very few details about what was going on behind the scenes at the fbi, aside from the fact with developments regarding the weiner laptop, but now with bret baier's reporting, we see a lot of stuff is going on. we should point out that apparently the case looking into pay-for-play at the clinton foundation is being conducted by the fbi's white collar crime
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division. that tells you something right there. >> regardless of whether hillary clinton wins or not, reports say this investigation is going on and it's going deep, and it's not going away. terry turchey was with us last hour. he says what's happening at the fbi, you could even fine details in the former fbi's direct book. says it's deja vu all over again. >> it's kind of reminisce send the first time around. the white house itself became a revolving door of fbi investigations and i think we can expect more of the same if mrs. clinton is elected president. this leaves us feeling very sad. i know you've heard a lot of former agents talking about this. this looks like the fbi that i knew. even if the first line of defense fails when you have something really major with
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politicians, you could always count on the people that are in the trenches and doing the work to come through. >> yeah. and apparently the fbi investigation all started in ernest when peter shweizer's book called "clinton cash." there's an argument internally inside the fbi and also the department of justice about the fbi agents say we got some stuff. we got an informant on tape talking about what the clintons did, but the prosecutors felt it was just hearsay because he was not inside the clinton foundation so ultimately they decided at that point not to go forward. >> sources told bret baier as we've been reporting this investigation has been going on for a year. she was interviewed by the "des moines register" back in january and they asked her, is this true, is there pay-to-play?
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is there something going on between state department and the clinton foundation? she said didn't happen. >> great time for her to confess. >> we have to judge. was she telling the truth and judge napolitano says he doesn't believe it. >> she's a lawyer. i know nothing to about that. i thought she would find a way to be subtle, instead of saying there's going to be reports out there that they are actually going to be looking into and what you were saying in january. it doesn't matter. she got the nomination anyway. >> it's interesting. once james comey says she's not going to be indicted in july, all the democrats saying he's done a great job, nancy pelosi is saying a great job. now she's saying he's not the right perish for the job. president obama is allegedly being told to fire him. >> according to ed klien in the
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noep -- new york post today, an indictment is possible barring some sort of obstruction from the department of justice or internal stuff at the fbi and there's -- with 99% certainty, they feel that hillary clinton's email server was hacked by at least five foreign entities, which is astounding. just imagine, she's elected president of the united states next week, right? you've got five countries sitting on a mower -- mother lode of stuff they could use for blackmail. donald trump is dispatching his secret weapon today. his wife melania. she's taking center stage on the campaign trail. >> she's got three before election day. there's a brand-new poll showing a razor thin race. >> someone good with a razor is
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john roberts. he looks freshly groomed. he joins us from jacksonville, florida. >> on the topic of grooming, we're at the jacksonville equestrian center. good morning to you, steve, and ainsley, and brian. the one trump supporter i talked to said it was like christmas has come early. it does seem to be having an effect of the polls in florida. this quinnipiac poll has hillary clinton up by one point. 46-45. cnn showed her up by 2 and "new york times" showed donald trump up by 4. suffice it to say for the 29 electoral votes in the sunshine date is very close. trump today will double down on the fbi investigation, ties on
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the state department and clinton foundation. he suggested if hillary clinton is elected president, it will be a rerun of the clinton white house from the 1990s. >> hillary is likely to be under investigation for many years, probably concluding in criminal trial. it's just been shown as i've been saying a rigged system with more collusion, possibly illegal between the justice department, the clinton campaign, and the state department. >> reporter: clinton will be talking about policy, obamacare, heavy military area. he's bringing out the is he kret weapon today, melania trump will be speaking in berwyn, pennsylvania.
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philadelphia is about to go to its third way of a -- day of a transit strike. if that continues until tuesday, that could depress democratic voter turn out. >> the rain part in phillie is important. speaking of women, one of the most powerful women in politics today, kellyanne conway who is the trump campaign manager is going to be joining us within this half hour right here on "fox & friends." >> let's keep talking about women. heather nauert. serious news coming in to you. it's a fox news alert and i'm sad this morning to tell you that two u.s. service members have been killed once again in afghanistan. this time during a mission to take out the taliban. two other americans were also hurt. their unit came under fire while working alongside afghan troops in the city of kunduz. their names are not being released until families are notified. this brings the total of five
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u.s. service members have been kill in afghanistan since early october this year alone. "today's" loss is heart breaking and we offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of our service members and we're praying for it themself. it's being called the game of the century. after 108 years, the chicago cubs new world series champs. check it out. >> here's the 0-1. this is going to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series! >> what an epic finish it was after ten ings. the cubs beat the cleveland indians 8-7 in game 7 of an historic world series. this extends the indians world series drought to 69 years. over to nashville where country music awards came out for awards. there was plenty of music and politics to go around courtesy
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for any democratic voter and you are having a bad case of buyer's remorse, you can change your vote to donald trump. >> well, with just five days to go, donald trump appeals to voters in the state of wisconsin asking them to change their votes if they voted for hillary as hillary clinton maintains her lead in that state but a newmar -- new marquette law school shows it a neck and neck race. here to join us is rachel duffy. thanks for being with us. >> thanks. >> have you ever any friends that voted for hillary clinton and have decided to change their
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vote or do you know who has done this in your state? >> no, i don't personally know anyone who has done that but donald trump was in wisconsin a couple days allege -- ago, reasonabling people that they can change their vote in wisconsin. that bombshell dropped on friday has made a difference in the case. the marquette poll said it's going to make a difference in their vote and they are concerned about it. i think it's a bit of a game-changer. >> let's talk about the senate race. ron johnson is the current senator and he's running against russ feingold. it shows they are 45 to 44%. why are they neck and neck now? >> first of all, all those consultants in washington were just wrong. when we were here on the ground we knew this race was going to be a lot tighter and it's
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showing that it is. listen, obamacare has made a big difference in this. russ feingold was a big supporter of it. he made all the promises to the voters that obamacare was going to let them keep their health care and their doctors and he was a very big deciding vote on obamacare and ron johnson is holding that against him. he's got great ads on obamacare, and so i think that's playing big but listen that bombshell against on friday is another big reason. people want to have a check on the clintons in case they win this election. listen, that marquette poll shows that wisconsin is a six-point race. i think it's much closer than that. although i know that the marquette poll is notoriously being known as a very good poll, in this case, i think it's a little tighter, they oemp sampled democrats by six points. this is a purple state. not a plus six democrat state.
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quick headlines, her husband's sexting scandal may cost her boss the election. that's not stopping huma abedin from hosting a d.c. fund-raiser tonight, charging $5,000 for a picture. it's slated to be her first official appearance since the fbi found her work emails on anthony weiner's laptop.
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senator ted cruz stumping for donald trump. the texas lawmaker making stops in iowa and michigan with governor mike pence who they are buddies. and money is on trufer. 91% of all election betz coming in right now are on the gop nominee. that is according to the irish gambling website, paddy power. nearly all wagers on the presidential election, in the last 48 hours, have been on trump to win. some experts are arguing that they are more accurate than the national polls because people actually putting money on it which matters more. the investigation into hillary clinton's secret server takes a sinister turn now as we learn that it was reportedly hacked by at least five foreign intel agents, giving them access
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to our secrets and putting lives at risk. >> here is republican congressman down in texas, michael mccall. >> with 99% accuracy, hillary clinton's server was hacked by at least five foreign agencies and information was taken from it. doesn't that -- if she's elected president of the united states, doesn't that open up president clinton to blackmail by these five countries? >> absolutely, it does. the concern i've had all along she has had seven special access programs on these devices. those are the most classified, sensitive secrets in the federal government. many of them covert operations. she took those devices overseas against the state department's wishes and now we find out, as james comey told me previously,
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that it's very likely that foreign adversary nations got into her private server. this is why you have security protocols, to protect classified information. she exposed it to our enemies, and now, steve, our adversaries have this very sensitive information that not only jeopardizes her and national security at home, but the men and women serving overseas. this is in my opinion, quite frankly, it's treason. chairman, on top of that, we understand the president of communicate to go that server using an alias, though he didn't tell the truth when asked when he found out about the private server. what are the applications of the president communicating with the secretary of state on this unsecured server that was hacked five times? >> now the american people know
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why it was such a big deal. it should be in a protected environment, and it wasn't. it is vulnerable to a cyber attack and it was. the president of the united states is communicating with her under a pseudonym. they are not stupid. they can figure that out as well. this is a huge story. it's far bigger than the accusations against donald trump. this goes to the heart of fitness of character to serve as commander in chief. >> what about the president, the president is supposed to stay on the sidelines here but we're also learning from fbi sources that varyl jarrett is asking james comey to be fired.
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he's campaigning for her saying it's an honest mistake. >> i don't think valerie jarrett has any credibility here. james comey, he always does what he thinks is the right thing to do. he's made republicans upset, but he's also made democrats upset. one thing i know about him is he will do the right thing in his mind. i think he believed that he had new evidence and he had an obligation to the congress to turn that evidence over and let the congress know and the american people before this critical decision that this case was not over as hillary clinton said i'm cleared, it's all over. james comey is the hero here coming in saying that's -- no, that's not the case. >> did you feel that way in july? >> the investigation is still going. >> did you feel that way in july? >> you know, the only criticism i had of jim in july was that he should have said, to say no reasonable prosecutor would take
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the case was not the role of the fbi. that's the role of the prosecutor at justice and i was one of those for many years. that was the only criticism i had. he pretty much diets her -- indicts her all the way up to not indicting her. >> thank you for joining us. coming up, trump's campaign manager is taking on an alternative view. listen. >> is his rhetoric reckless? >> no, it's not. >> i think right here you are being delusional. >> no, i'm not. >> kellyanne conway is here to talk about that more of that and some of the important issues coming up next. >> no joy on "the view." ♪ we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons. travel with my daughter.
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. with five days before the election, nobody better to talk about the donald trump campaign than the woman who is actually running it. kellyanne conway joins us live. how about these bret baier details last night? he's got two sources inside the fbi. here's the highlights. the investigation has been going for over a year, handled by the white collar crime division. those two laptops -- >> into the clinton foundation. >> the two laptops from the aides are not destroyed. they are going through it. apparently, an indictment is possible into the clinton foundation pay-for-play scam and. >> an avalanche of new information every day and a 99% chance that apparently her email server was hacked by at least five foreign governments. where do you want to start? >> i just don't want americans
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to feel -- i don't know how this affects me, why should i care. you should care very much because you've already gotten a clear view into what hillary clinton's presidency would look like. her administration. she's unfit and unqualified to be president. we already know what's happening in the state department. using it as a concierge for foreign donations and turning around and allowing access to foreign individuals who don't have business with the state, go with the clinton foundation. get contributions of $58 million from morocco and uranium one. >> russia has our access. so this is somebody who has already proven how she would handle classified information, confidential information, and frankly, how she handles lying about lying. that's a difficulty here. i think you said 99% chance that
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five different foreign nations hacked. i think there's a 100% chance that all this scandalabra is checking -- catching up with her in the polls. >> colorado tied at 39. which is a woman who i said can't get past 46%. in some of these states, she can't get past 42%. states that president obama carried were well over 50% of the vote. >> what is does this all mean for donald trump? he only has five more days left. >> what it means for the voters is they are going to look at the closing arguments of these two candidates and hillary clinton has gone lower and lower and lower. she's gone full-on negative is 00%. even joe biden and prem are -- president obama are even out there. they have had a structure in
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place in the eight years since she lost the presidency the first time of how would she run? focus groups, polling, message, how do we hide this information, how do we reach this group, they are unprepared for the news of the day. so i think they are flailing. the democratic messaging is all over the place and somehow somebody thinks it's a good idea to go after director comey. it's a terrible idea for her. you see donald trump on message talking about the love of the country and its people. folks are realizing the difference is many. she went from dead broke to a millions. if -- she's never taken a company public. >> the other difference between them is who is the consummate washington insider that cannot
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change that 3/4 of fox news viewers say they want to make. >> if he would have fired me if i had done that. i certainly would have resigned. this is how hillary clinton has spent her career. it's always hillary first. cutting corners, being propped up. they say lock her up. i say prop her up. she's got everybody from the president to the first lady, vice president, her husband, propping her up. she's so negative. this is not the democratic party i grew up where it's aspirational, forward looking. it's all political destruction by her and i think it's going back fire. >> i want to talk about strategy if we can. florida and ohio, you are doing much better there than john mccain or rit romney. colorado looks like it's in
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play, tied at 39. not many people thought that. where else should we keep an eye on? you said the latest wisconsin poll, you said look at marquette. where do we look? >> look to see where we're deploying our two major assets. governor pence and mr. trump. >> you are not kbifg up on wisconsin. >> no. and michigan, also, colorado as you mentioned. take a look at pennsylvania. pennsylvania is known as fools gold for republican candidates. this is a different candidate. his message of trade and illegal immigration and job creation and energy investment is huge. >> he hasn't been close there. >> the latest polls have him 3 to 4 points there and internally we see the same thing. there's four different polls out there, sus question hannah and others. i always look at two things, which is, one, hillary clinton can't bust through that 45, 46%
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anywhere and she's nowhere near where president obama was with five days to go. the undercover trump voters, they have already decided i want change, but some of them have not been for donald trump. they have already decided i don't want to vote for hillary clinton for any number of reasons. now he's making the case they should feel comfortable to vote for him. >> a couple of republicans on board. ted cruz is going on the stump, i'm with mike pence and of course donald trump. what else have you heard? can you give us any other names of republicans who have come on board? >> yes. frankly, i get a lot of calls from senate candidates. you look at donald trump and mike pence as margins in states where you have competitive governor's races and senate races, like new hampshire, north carolina, missouri, and indiana and trump is even actually running even with or actually ahead of the gubernatorial
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candidates. that's exciting. we hear from people who never consider themselves necessarily never trumpers, but we're trying to figure out how to get there. they don't want the supreme court recast in hillary clinton's likeness and they see that he is putting forth issues, i think his gettysburg plan was a big defining point for many republicans. they are saying this is something i can get behind. i personally receive calls from members who can draw up bills that i can put legislation forward. >> i heard john kasich has had second thoughts. what do you think? >> that's okay. we're going to win ohio without his help. >> how would you character rise how donald trump has made this
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evolution -- right now, they are dead each where he is versus a career politician who has been in the business for 35 years and here this guy who is brand-new at it who is tied with her? >> he's tied with her because he's not a politician and he has demonstrated and illustrated exactly what that means. it means that you can still talk about your success outside of politics. he's a builder. he's a fixer, he solves problems. he's a real inspiration for lots of americans and he's employed tens of thousands of people, including women and elevating them to the highest levels. i think when people look at that -- what have people said to poll sters said to decades, i would like somebody outside of politics to run for politics. i like somebody who doesn't know anybody anything in washington. he's not part of the insiders game. they never get their chance in the presidential level. when you look at the congressional level. it's never really happened at the presidential level.
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>> it's unprecedented. >> i think it's a huge contrast. a real choice election if you will at this time. certainly in substance and style, and certainly in background. one polling has been missed is the dynamism, the number of people who say i don't want to continue with the same policies that we've had, but they weren't yet voting for donald trump. they are unfavorable toward hillary clinton, they want to break with past policies, but they weren't yet there. i think the excuse to vote against hillary has married up with for the reason to vote for donald trump. you'll see that in the polls. we're going to win. >> thanks so much. now go run a campaign. >> okay. coming up, we just got brand-new poll just out on the battleground states, so is donald trump up or down, the numbers coming up. and if you are out of shape and you smoke pot, you might --
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hands of pot smokers and obese people. it is part of a possible move to ease recruiting rules. the secretary says recruitment is not where it used to be. >> i wonder why. >> fantastic. it's now or never for donald trump and hillary clinton to win over voters in the battleground states. >> heather nauert is here with more. >> we're getting in some new poll numbers. these are fascinating. the latest numbers foreign policy quinnipiac university now showing donald trump closing the gap in the key state of north carolina. clinton with a three-point lead. 47-44% considered a statistical tie. florida, a state seen absolutely critical for republican win, trump is down 1 point. 46-45. in ohio, which mitt romney lost to president obama back in 2012, trump showing a 5-point lead over hillary clinton, 46-41 and he's spent a lot of time in the
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midwest hoping to get all those white working class voters and pennsylvania, trump faces a stiff challenge with five days to go. clinton showing a five-point lead in that state, 48-43. if trump can steal pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes, the path to the white house becomes a whole lot more realistic. none of this matters if you can't win ohio and florida on tuesday. another thing we've been talking about is the african-american vote. huge turn out for president obama obviously in the last two elections. enthusiasm is down this year among early voters who are african-american. interesting numbers. keep an eye on them. great. coming up onsday. is hillary changing her strategy? instead of talking about the issues, she's apparently going negative on trump. >> imagine with me what it would be like to have donald trump sitting in the oval office. >> so why is she going negative?
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is it a sign of desperation. bob massi talking to voters in the crucial state of nevada coming up next. live from new york city and las vegas.
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is hillary clinton changing her strategy? instead of going after the issues, she's going after donald trump in nevada. >> imagine what it would be like to have donald trump sitting in the oval office coming next january. what would it be like to have that person in the most powerful office in the world. what would it be like to have a
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president who pits people against each other. who doesn't try to -- pull america together. what would your life be like if he were in the white house? >> more importantly, what would it be like if she was in the white house. that would be something she should be bringing up but she's not taking that tack. what are voters in the silver state thinking? joining us is long time resident, and bob massi, how has donald trump moved ahead? >> well, i think because of the fact of what's happening, obviously, with all the emails. i will tell you that as it relates to her words, most of nevadans say they will take words over corruption. for example, hillary, who it
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would look like if one day you are in the oval office and somebody comes in and handcuffs for everything you have done and continue to lie about. they know trump said terrible things with reference to women. nobody could condone that, brian. they know they have done some very stupid things. this level of corruption and cynicism and arrogance, the clintons show, they have had it. i worked in d.c. during watergate. all too often people are worried is that what we're going to be faced with, hearings and investigations, instead of taking care of our country. >> harry reid is leaving, and military office joe heck was leaving when he walked away from donald trump after the billy bush tape. he drops in the race. where does he stand now?
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>> they are saying a little even. maybe he's two points behind. that was a bad move on his part, brian. at that point, joe was about six points up. now what happened is yesterday he went and saw he could be a good president if he meets the constitutional guidelines. nevada is a small state and vegas is a small down. people like don't vacillates. if are for him, you are for him. if you are against him, you are against him. my friends say they are very upset with those who were for trump and then banded behind him. >> we'll see what happens. bob massi, always great to talk to you. looking forward to your series coming back after the election. it's an issue still resonating with voters, obamacare, but you are not going
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to hear much on that from hillary clinton. i don't know why. but don't worry you will hear that from republican senator tom cotton. this guy might be president. he joins us live.
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this is a fox news alert. the investigation into the clinton foundation looking into possible pay-for-play interaction between secretary of state hillary clinton and the foundation has been going on for more than a year. now, five different foreign governments now knowing a whole range of american secrets. this is really very dangerous individuals who may get killed. >> lies! crooked carrie, this show is rigged. >> but do not drink that during the show, brad, because then you are going to have to take a wikileaks. ♪ ♪ ♪ i will always love you ♪ i -- this is going to be a tough
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play. the cubs win the world series. it's over! and the cubs have finally won it all. 8-7 in ten! ♪ what a day in television. >> that was a potpourri of what went on in television last night. >> which by the way for the first 20 years of my life i called it pot-pouree. >> how do you watch that and not get the chills? >> it's 108 years ago when the cubs last won. interestingly enough, there was also a presidential election that year. who do you think got elected? the answer is the republicans.
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>> five days before the election, and now let's talk about what's going on here. all right. brand-new bombshell overnight for hillary clinton. man, she must be digesting this and having a hard time doing it. just days before the election. our bret baier reporting fbi agents are pushing for an indictment in the alleged clip ton foundation -- clinton foundation pay-to-play scheme we've been talking about. >> mike emanuel has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. sources say the clinton foundation and the clinton email investigations are expected to continue, no matter the outcome of this upcoming election and we're told an avalanche of evidence is coming in on the family foundation. our colleague, bret baier, doing some serious reporting, including that the foundation probe has been going on for more than a year, and that essentially there's a split within the government.
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some convinced that they could move swiftly ahead with the investigation, other says they should wait until after the election but sources say it is a wide and aggressive investigation. brett's sources say the laptops of clinton aides cheryl mills and heather samuelson, who were given immunity deals, their laptops were not destroyed. emails found on weiner's laptop are believed to have been from hillary clinton's server. the fbi is describing 99% certainty the clinton server has been hacked by five or so foreign agencies. clinton making a trip to nevada and arizona as part of her closing pitch to the latino community and he's trying to
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putting pressure on donald trump. >> more than 31 million people have already voted early, that includes more than 700,000 people right here in arizona. over the first time, we have a real chance to turn this state blue again. >> we'll see the latest poll from cnn orc says donald trump has a five point lead over clinton here in arizona. from arizona, it is back to north carolina where hillary clinton is going to do campaign events with her former rival bernie sanders in raleigh and the greenville area. time is precious. running out before election day. back to you guys in new york. >> mack emanuel. five days. thank you very much. >> it's a harder path for any republican, for donald trump because he's got to keep the red states red and he's got to turn a couple blue and he's got to do win something mitt romney and
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john mccain haven't done, and that's win ohio and florida. remember, romney didn't winnie. >> if hillary clinton wins, they will continue the fbi investigation. >> she could be make history. she can be the first person elected president under an fbi investigation. mike emanuel set the table there. he showed us all of these developments that bret baier has discovered from his two sources inside the fbi. we just had kellyanne conway right here on the couch with us. she listened to the laundry list of trouble for the clintons and said this is deja vu all over again. so this is somebody who has already proven how she would handle classified information,
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confidential information, and frankly, how she handles lying about lying. that's a difficulty here. i think you said 99% chance that five different foreign nations hacked. i think there's a 100% chance that all this scandalabra is checking -- catching up with her in the polls. >> that is so scary. that five different intelligence agencies from other countries have hacked hillary clinton's email. newt gingrich, we played that sound bite from hannity's show last night saying lives are at risk here. this is not just an honest mistake like the president says. lives are at risk. >> give you an example. for example, if i hear about an fbi agent or cia agent deployed in pakistan, i'm telling him where he's going to be or a drone attack that's going to happen, i send it to the president. and somebody says wait a second, there's a cia agent over in that mud hut in the corner. that's the problem. mike mccaul joined us earlier. he said this.
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this is a huge story. those are the most classified, sensitive secrets in the federal government. many of them covert operations. she took those devices overseas against the state department's wishes and now we find out, as james comey told me previously, that it's very likely that foreign adversary nations got into her private server. it not only jeopardizes her and national security at home, but the men and women serving overseas. this is in my opinion quite frankly, it's treason. >> that's an extraordinary sound bite right there. if it's true, according to bret's sources, 99% chance that at least five countries got into her email server, if she's blac. blackmail her. blackmail bill.
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all those people. >> all right. let's talk about the campaign trail, where the candidates are. move over, donald. melania is hitting the campaign trail today. she's making her first speech on the stump. >> brand-new polls show a razor thin race just days before the election. >> it is 8:08 a.m. right now down in jacksonville, florida, and john roberts has already got a whole wunch of people lined up to see donald t. >> good morning to you. i thought we would take you down the line here of people who are lining up to see donald trump. some have been here since 4:00 this morning. it's still four hours until he take the stage and this line is getting bigger and bigger and bigger. new poll in florida shows hillary clinton leads donald trump by a single point. 46-45. fort university of denver poll has got it up evened up and a poll out of new hampshire has
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got donald trump ahead by one point. here in jacksonville, he's going to talk a lot about the military tea. >> it's army for you. coast guard. >> obviously, naval station jacksonville is here. there's a lot of military. in addition to reforming the military, reforming the veterans affairs department as well. talking about the fbi investigation, ties between the clinton foundation and the state department. what we're learning about the clinton campaign. donald trump saying yesterday in miami that this is all proof of what he has been saying, that the system is rigged against him. listen. >> the spread of political agendas into the justice department. there's never been a thing like that that's happened in our country's history, is one of the saddest things that has happened to our country. but with your votes, you can
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beat the system, the rigged system. and deliver justice. >> later on today, melania trump is going to be in berwyn, pennsylvania, hitting the campaign trail hoping to increase support for donald trump from women. donald trump takes the stage in jacksonville at noon. >> he walked backwards for three minutes. >> are your calves throbbing? >> it's a good way to stretch the achille's tendon. a real tragedy to tell you about. it's a fox news alert and i'm sad this morning to tell you that two u.s. service members have been killed once again in afghanistan. this time during a mission to take out the taliban.
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two other americans were also hurt. their unit came under fire while working alongside afghan troops in the city of kunduz. their names are not being released until families are notified. this brings the total of five u.s. service members have been killed in afghanistan since early october of this year alone. army general john nickelson saying today's loss is heart breaking, and we offer our deepest condolences to the families and friends of our service members and we're praying for it themself. the chicago cubs just arriving back at wrigley field moments ago. game seven being called the game of the century make breaking the cubs 108 world series drought. >> here's the 0-1. this is going to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series! >> what an epic finish it was after ten inings, the cubs beat the cleveland
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indians 8-7. a game the players won't soon forget. >> that's one of the best games anybody will ever see. >> that's for sure. hundreds of thousands of fans filling chicago streets overnight to celebrate. i imagine some of them greeting them this morning and are still celebrating. over to nashville now where country music awards came out for the 15th annual cma awards. there was plenty of music and politics to go around courtesy brad paisley and carrie underwood. check this out. >> live! >> crooked carrie, this show is rigged. >> that's right. your very own basket of deplorables. do not drink that during the show, brad, because you'll have to go take a wikileak. >> too funny. the big winner, garth brooks, entertainer of the year. carrie underwood, female
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vocalist of the year, and our good friend, dolly parton had a special moment when she was honored with a lifetime achievement award. >> wow, what a tribute. this is so touching. i would have cried but i didn't want to mess up my eye lashes. >> she's such a hoot. but it was randy travis who stole the show with a single word, amen. >> ladies and gentlemen, the newest member of the country music hall of fame, randy travis. >>. ♪ amen >> after so many health issues, he's got a lot to be thankful for and there he is. >> he's great. >> good to see him back. coming up on this thursday, school officials tell students four of our classmates were killed texting while driving. one problem, though, the kids were alive. there was no crash, so why did the school tell a lie? we'll tell you about the fall-out coming up. the candidates, hillary
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clinton and donald trump are ak a -- attacking each other's character. >> hillary wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles. she's brought it all on herself. >> who acts like this. i'll tell you who. a bully, that's who. >> are the messages resonating or are both of them falling flat? that is next. "when the ship comes in" by the hollies ♪ oh the fishes will laugh as they swim out of the path ♪ ♪ and the seagulls they'll be smilin' ♪ ♪ and the rocks on the sand ♪ it's so peaceful up here. yeah. [eagle screams] ♪ that the whole wide world is watchin'... ♪ introducing the new turbocharged golf alltrack with 4motion® all-wheel drive. soon to be everywhere.
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>> we have five days until the election and plenty of big moments on the campaign trail this week. how did it resonate with you the voter? lee carter is the president and partner at mezlanaski. let's start with the first one. let's start with donald trump attacking hillary's character and watch this, watch how the independents fare. what the yellow line. >> hillary wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles but she has brought all of this on herself. hillary is the one who set up a private email server in a closet so shield her criminal activity.
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hillary is the one who engage in a pay for play scheme. now there are five different investigations into the clinton foundation. >> what are the grades? >> you can see there. republicans gave it a a plus. independents a b and democrats an f. the more specific he was on his attack the better he did. the whole thing of blame shifting, it's not working and he said it's nobody fault but hers. that's something that resonating. >> let's see hillary attacking his character. watch this. >> i mean, really, can we just stop for a minute and reflect on the absurdity of donald trump finding fault with miss universe? why does he do these things? who acts like this?
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i'll tell you who, a bully. that's who. >> here's the deal, democrats, a a minus, independents, a c minus, and republicans, an f. somebody want someone to go to washington and shake up things. being a bully could be a good thing. they didn't like she was campaigning with miss universe. they felt that was just low. a massive transit strike in philadelphia. it's bat news for passengers, but it could be good news for republicans. we'll explain why. it is a topic resonating with voters. obamacare. you won't hear hillary clinton talking about it but senator tom cotton is on the same page as donald trump and he has got a message for america next. you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-five,
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fox news alert now. the philadelphia transit strike enters its third day and it's happening today, causing more concern about its effect on the election on tuesday. that's because philly is a heavy democratic city. >> 234, 234, 234, 23. >> about 4,700 workers walked off the job shutting down buses, troll yes and subways. they have a backup plan and will seek legal action if it continues into election day. new york city, la guardia topping a survey as the worst place to fly out of it. i second that and steve and ainsley third and fourth of that. ask michael pence whose plane slid off the run wark while landing there a week ago and
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tear gas and mace used against people protesting the pipeline in north dakota yesterday. police in riot gear spraying protesters with pepper spray as they try to cross the river to reach the site of a makeshift footbridge. 140 protesters were arrested last week. they were fighting to stop the pipeline project which if completed would carry crude oil from north dakota to illinois. the feds are looking to change the pipeline's path. he wants to see how this plays out. meanwhile. it is the president's signature bill and it now is a hot issue out on the campaign trail as americans watch their obamacare premiums go through the roof, but come november senator tom cotton has a plan to fix all of this. he joins us now to explain what
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the plan is. good morning to you, senator. >> good morning, ainsley. great to be on with you. >> great to see you. you know, the economy is the issue, why everyon to the polls, at least that's what the polls are telling us. this is a big issue for families because many people can't afford these high premiums. >> it's a huge issue, ainsley. president obama promised that obamacare would save the average family $2,500. just last week his own administration announced that premiums would go up by 25% and that's just the start of it. a lot of these plans have deductibles of $6,000 a year or more and more most working families for around country, they are paying and getting nothing in return. some people are paying what it would cost as much as what some
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would pay for a home. >> tell us about your fix. the obamacare tax relief and consumer choice act which you would like to see congress pass. >> a lot of americans are going to be in for a very rude surprise come tax season after the new year. if you can't afford your obamacare insurance, you are going to owe the government $700 penalty, and if you have a child that you can't afford insurance for, it's $450. you are looking at over $2,fou for a team of four and a tax penalty because you can't afford the insurance that obamacare made unaffordable. if your premiums are increased by more than 10%, you should be exempt from that tax penalty. ultimately, obamacare has made our health care system worse and we need democrats to stop defending the law and fix the problem. in the immediate team, what we need to do is give tax relief to families who are going to suffer because of obamacare. >> you say immediately, that's how you want to ameliorate the
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situation? >> yeah. absolutely. you know, our health care system was broken with a lot of problems before obamacare and obamacare has made it worse. that's why we need democrats to work with us to replace that law and fix these problems. unfortunately, we've got a lot of democrats who voted for the law, like evan bey in indiana and russ feingold. they helped create the problem. before we can finally fix our health care system, we need to make sure that working families aren't paying $2,000 or more of a tax penalty because of obamacare. >> especially when you consider those people don't have a thousand dollars in savings. nor, before you go, we wanted you to weigh in on the big story. bret baier has got two sources inside the fbi that says that the fbi has been looking into the clinton foundation for over a year and apparently an indictment is possible barring some obstruction in some way
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from the department of justice or something internal at the fbi. curious for your reaction. >> well, the more we learn about the clinton foundation operations whether it's from the book clinton cash or bret baier's reporting or the "wall street journal" reporting, the clinton foundation may be the world's largest money laundering and influence pedaling investigation. the email investigation and the clinton foundation investigation, it will be become clear that they are the same controversy. one thing for the private server is she can advance the clinton foundation giving perks and other favors to shady oligarchs from other parts of the world. >> it's five days before the
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election. what shoe could drop next. waiting for the next high heel to drop? >> maybe i should have said that. coming up, on this thursday, disgraced dnc chair donna brazile fired by cnn for leaking debate secretes to hillary clinton while at the cable news network. why isn't cnn investigating this. what happens when nashville gets political. >> do not drink that during the show, brad, because then you are going to have to take a wikileak. >> abby huntsman got a back stage pass to the country music awards. >> reporter: good morning. a beautiful morning. i've got my boots on. i think everyone needs to get up and start moving to a little luke bryan from last night.
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live. brooked -- crooked carrie, this show is rigged. >> that's right, your very own basket of deplorables! do not drink that during the show, brad because then you are going to take a wikileak. >> i was switching from that to the game. >> world series, game seven went into extra ings. -- inings. abby, you had to focus on just music. >> they actually kept getting
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the updates during the show of the score of the baseball game. i love all this. you can see behind me the famous broadway street where tootsie's is right there. it's harled to describe the emotions you feel inside the arena. especially, the dolly parton tribute. music brings people together. we can all relate on stories, the ups and downs. we also had a little bit of fun on the red carpet. take a look at this. >> good morning, "fox & friends." scotty here. brian, steven, ainsley. >> good morning, fox and friends. >> good morning, "fox & friends"! ♪ ♪ >> you've got the best date of
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all tonight. >> i do. this is my beautiful mom. her first cma carpet and award show ever. >> what does tonight's show mean to you? 50 years? >> this is a dream come true. to be a part of music community and being that it's a 50th anniversary. a lot more legends are going to show up ton. >> how big is tonight in. >> for somebody like me who was at the very first one, you know, 50 years ago, and i've been to, i would say at least 45 of the 50, it's pretty special to see how big it has become. >> it's just a great opportunity to look back at where we came from and to respect the tradition and heritage of country music. >> how fun is it to be here? >> it's amazing to have the opportunity to be here. >> hi! >> our interview just got hijacked by rascal flatts, but it's okay. >> good morning, "fox & friends." we love you. >> see the role model, that you've gotten to know in this country. >> quite a few.
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garth. >> i keep hearing about garth brookses. how he's a humble, good guy. >> he's a trip too. you got to be ready to keep up with him. >> i love the "fox & friends." i wanted to tell doocy, look at this tie, dude. >> i love him. >> music could bring donald and hillary to dance together. >> he's got trump down to a science. >> i want to hear your trump impression. >> are you really sure because i can take it from here to china and back. >> i want to hear obama now? >> what we're going to do -- you can laugh, ma'am, we're going to change the carpet. we're going to take it all the way to the left. not so far to the right. >> the election is just two days away. how are you feeling about things? are you feeling that this country is divided? do you feel it's moving in the right direction? >> i don't think there's any doubt about the country being divided. i'm hoping whoever is elected will throw this thing back together again. we got some problems to deal with. we need to deal with them now.
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>> it also makes you proud to be an american when you listen to country music. unlike any other genre. >> yes, so many songs. i love to be part of a genre like that that loves our country so much. >> i thank my lucky stars to be living here today because the flag still stands for freedom and they can't that away. those marines that opened the door for us, they are proud soldiers. the greatest patriotic song ever written. >>. ♪ god bless america land that i love ♪ stand beside her, and guide her ♪ ♪ through the night with the light from above ♪ >> very nice, abby. >> as you can see, we had way too much fun. i also grabbed garth brooks right before he went into the award shows. i wished him good luck. apparently it worked.
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he won entertainer of the year. i'm just saying. >> you are taking credit. he gave a shout-out to you guys as well. >> hello, "fox & friends." >> hello there. fantastic. good job out there in nashville, abby. come on home. >> i think she likes it too much. >> i'll be back. meanwhile, it is 20 minutes before the top of the hour and heather takes us out to iowa. >> yeah, an update on a story that we've been following this week. the man who is accused of murdering two iowa police officers is now behind bars. 46-year-old scott michael greene, we are learning, has a long rap sheet that includes assault. greene is accused of shooting officers tony bemino and justin martin. former bill clinton weighed in on the shooting and what he said is raising eyebrows. >> a lot of people under a lot
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of pressure right now and we live in a contentious time. we got to be looking for answers. >> under a lot of pressure, living in a contentious time. folks are asking what did he exactly mean by that. greene turned himself in two hours after he was named a suspect. a warning to california voters. don't legalize marijuana. denver's district attorney sending a letter with facts and figures about the negative impact of legalizing weed. >> our crime rate has gone up and our cops have been more busy on marijuana-related crimes than any time in the history of this city. >> since legalization, the district attorney says crime rates in denver have increased 44%. marijuana er visits are up nearly 50%. imagine if your child heard this at school. listen carefully. >> there have been a series of wrecks and multiple reckless driving things happening around
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broad head. we lost a handful of fellow students. we're going to show images of their lives right now. >> we've lost some students. broadhead high school in wisconsin telling students that four of their classmates had been killed in a texting and driving crash, but then moments later, school officials told the students that it was all a lie. that it was really part of a safety drill to teach kids a lesson about reckless driving. some of the students were so upset, they were crying. the school now taking a lot of heat. apologizing for upsetting the students, but they still stand by the lesson. the idea for that lesson, by the way, came from the student council. what do you think about that? good idea, bad idea. >> i think it's a good idea. >> a good idea to tell the entire school that four of students were killed when they weren't? >> let me ask you this. can you get kids to stop texting and driving by killing them. if there's nothing else that
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works. >> you no he what our school does, the kids school every year before prom, they bring a junk car that has been -- a kid who has driving it was involved in an accident. they put that right in front of the school and they leave it for a week. it's a little different than saying four of your friends. >> you don't like that idea. >> i think it's a little harsh. >> let us know what you think. i always thought if you don't care about yourself, what about someone else, what if you accidentally killed a mom. >> or the person driving your car because you are texting. coming up next, donna brazile fired by cnn for leaking debate secrets to hillary clinton while over that network so why isn't cnn investigating to find out where the questions came from? a closer look next.
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disgraced dnc chair donna brazile fired for leaking debate questions to hillary clinton while she was working drawing a paycheck from cnn, so why isn't cnn investigating this? joining us right now is fox news contributor and new york post columnist michael goodwin. good morning. >> good morning. >> are you surprised she was leaking questions to her pal, hillary clinton? >> recall, this was all going on in the primary season, and bernie sanders was complaining that the dnc had rigged the primary process against him. we found jut before the democratic convention through wikileaks that in fact they had been rigging it and we found out through wikileaks now about donna brazile asking questions. we also found out about other
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reporters and columnists through the emails of john podesta basically helping the clinton campaign, advising the clinton campaign, sending stories to the clinton campaign for approval before they are published. so i think we've learned a lot about this confederacy between left wing media members and the democratic party. >> absolutely. and it's a huge embarrassment for the guy who runs cnn because his employee who he hired, donna brazile, look -- leaking the questions out there and cnn is not going to have a investigation. no investigation into figuring out who exactly leaked her the question. >> right. the whole idea that wikileaks has in effect done cnn's work for it. cnn doesn't want to to anymore. donna brazil es was not involved in the preparation of the debate questions so somebody who was gave them to donna brazile. there's no other way. donna brazile isn't a
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journalist. she didn't ferret these out. the clinton campaign never said no. they were happy to cheeft. they were happy to cheat. >> right now, the polls are tight but the coverage is lopsided. it's all about donald trump is a terrible person, the worst person to ever run for president of the united states and we can't explain why they are tied. >> right. day after day and i single out "the new york times" again because of the headlines on the front page read like editorialize. in fact, they use the same language that the editorials you. >> that's because the boss says it's okay to inject your opinion in reporting, which is never done, supposedly. >> they have totally trashed all their standards. there's no pretense anymore. one study showed on the three major broadcast nightly news, 91% of the coverage of trump was hostile, hostile. not negative. but hostile. that is the atmosphere in which this campaign is being conducted where all the media forces primarily or almost all of them
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have ganged up obone side to try to pick a president, not because of public will, because the polls are close, but despite public will. >> people are watching. they remember who is lobsided. >> thank you very much. coming up on this thursday, more bomb shells coming out about the justice department and hillary clinton. former department of justice official jay christian adams here with late breaking details, but first, bill hemmer is here. we're getting closer. apparently paced on a book more than a year, the author is peter shrieser, he's our get this morning. the race is razor tight. how does donald trump or hillary clinton get there or not. we'll size it up as best as we know as a new president is set to be chosen in five days. we'll see you in ten minutes.
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more bomb shells coming out about the justice department and hillary clinton as it relates to the whole wikileaks investigation as well as -- drops as well as what's happening with the fbi investigation. here with the late-breaking details on what they mean about a man who worked for the justice department, this is a great guy to go to for this. this is jay christian adams, a former doj employees. when you hear about these wikileaks that reveal there was some dialogue between the -- between peter kanzik and john podesta, what do you think about that, tipping off before actual
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testimony taking place 12 hours before? >> if i did this about a pleading we're about to file in court, a court document and giving them a heads-up ahead of time, i would have lost my jork but here's the assistant attorney general communicate winning podesta and somebody else communicating with the clinton campaign itself to tip them off that a court document is about to be filed about the state department emails and how long it was going to take to get them out in the public. it's extremely important information, and that's totally insider trading. to give them that heads up. >> here it is. here's the actual document and it's not been denied although it was hacked. there is an hjc oversight hearing today where the head of our civil division will testify. likely to get questions on state department emails. so other people are speculating, it's only a few hours heads up. what's the big deal.
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the other side didn't have a heads up on this. >> that's about the congressional testimony and that's not as big of a deal as athe court document. lawyers have an ethical obligation, including justice department lawyers, to not disclose confidential information to third parties. when they called the clinton campaign and told them that a court document was qog to be filed that they needed to look at, they needed to use, respond to, integrate into their campaign, that's a violation of their ethical duties to tip them off about those court proceedings. >> jay, i should call you christian, tell me what you think is going on between the justice department, fbi as it relates to these emails, evidently, the tension has never been higher between them. is this surprising to you? >> what surprises me is the fight in the fbi agents who are really going to the mat to do justice. it's the justice department lawyers who have turned the justice department into a wing of the democratic national committee.
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their job, they see it, is to stop prosecutions of politicians they like, like hillary clinton, to get in the way of justice, to stop criminal proceedings. >> but the reason why you are talking to me is because that wasn't okay with you. i understand there's also other people in the justice department who aren't okay with this? >> yeah. thank gevens we still have people who have principles despite the last seven years. this is a situation where lawyers view themselves as political operatives at the doj from top to bottom. this is why we can't get justice when it comes to hillary. >> meanwhile, more "fox & friends" in just a memo as we wrap up three hours of fun.
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just five days until the election, only five more days of robo calls to our houses. i'm getting sick and tired. i know they are running for congress and everything else but i'll be happy next wednesday. >> get rid of your home phone
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and just use your cell phone. >> they are calling my cell phone. >> we've got extensive coverage next week. >> have a great day. we'll see you tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. >> or join me on the radio. >> yes. bill: we are five days before election day and this might be another november surprise. >> bombshell report involving the f.b.i. and the clinton foundation on whether donors received special access while hillary clinton was secretary of state. talk about a game 7. martha: i'm martha maccallum. time is running out for donald trump and hillary clinton. both of their teams will fan out in the critical battleground states. both extremely important in this race. governor mike pence goes

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