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o' some people are predicting the election. i'm bill o'reilly. please remember that the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, almost 18 months of campaigning. and with four day to go until america decides the presidential race is in a dead heat. and this hour we're going to show you what could tip the balance one way or the other. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. brand new fox polling is out tonight and in the two-way race hillary clinton is only leading donald trump now by one point. after all of the swings we have seen, one point, 46% to 45%. look at how things have tighten up over three weeks. back then hillary clinton had a seven-point advantage and now one. it comes as there is a renewed
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focus on control of the u.s. senate adds well where the latest forecast shows that we could be in for a real nail biter on tuesday night. and we have a big show lined up for you tonight with everything you need to know, including a breakdown of the new fox polls plus a look at when we will know the winner on tuesday night. how is it going to unfold. along with what to expect from the media in the next 72 hours. keep your expectations low. plus, all three stars, all three of them tonight from showtime's "the circus" if you have come to know and love are here. but we're going to give mark mckinnon the most time because we don't know the other two guys. just kidding. and rudy giuliani joins us on donald trump's end game. but we begin tonight with campaign karl cameron reporting tonight from the city of hershey in the critical battleground state of pennsylvania.
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>> reporter: thanks, donald trump began in new hampshire at a country club where we was talking about today's job reports from the labor department that says unemployment is down 4.9%. he criticized that noting that while there were jobs kre cited in october, there were 425 jobs where people left the workforce. he was saying this, 4.9% unemployment on the last jobs report before the election is the lowest it's ever been in the last 40 years. reporters wait for this last final jobs report before the election for all kinds of potential political fallout. and trump was making his criticism in a state that has 2.9% unemployment, the lowest in the country. from there he went to wilmington, ohio, battleground ohio where she's had a slight edge in some of the polls but basely nationwide the race has been within the margin of error for the better part of the last few months. and then tonight in hershey,
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pennsylvania, sweetest city in america is what they call themselves, and here is what he said here. >> premiums are surging on obamacare, companies are leaving, insurers are fleeing, doctors are quitting and deductibles are through the roof and yet hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare making it even more expensive. >> reporter: tomorrow trump has five rallies criss crossing the country yet again. by the time we get done on tuesday, trump will cast a vote in new york, then he'll go back out on the tam cain trail for more campaign events trying to mike sure he leaves nothing on the table and plays for every last vote in what is an amazingly close race. usually in the last weekend dirty tricks and last-minute bombshells don't make a difference. but this is so close anything could change the outcome. >> hillary clinton campaigning across three battleground states today. her final appearance this evening in ohio and that's where
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we find jennifer griffin who has been following the clinton campaign. jennifer? >> reporter: megyn, it's an unbelievable scene here. we're inside a concert. get out to vote concert. hillary clinton will be here shortly. she started the day in pittsburgh where she made the case of the consequences of a trump presidency. [ inaudible ] put out a tf ad today showing -- she believes at this point she is winning. obama's legacy. one of the appeals she's had to make to get out the african-american voters. here at the jay z concert it's mostly african-americans. a very unusual choice. michigan has not voted, has not
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voted republican since 1908. [ inaudible ] it's the honor system. one of the points she's been trying to make by inviting people on her campaign trail today, she does donald trump, this is not a man -- >> sometimes the fate of the greatest nation comes down to single moments in time. this is one of those make or break moments for the united states. it is in your hands. >> reporter: so her message right now, she's trying to get out the african-american vote, latino vote. [ inaudible ] >> jennifer, thank you. i have no idea what the hell she
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just said. do you? stirewalt is here. i heard michigan, african-american vote, i heard jay z. i don't know. >> big words. >> no clue. >> no clue. >> stirewalt is here. he's cohost of perino and stirewalt i'll tell you what along with kristen anderson. so hopefully nothing big is happening. we have no clue what's happening on the clinton campaign tonight. let me start with you on the numbers. there's a reason she's mentioning ohio and michigan. in the bottom line, according to nate, i have sworn off. >> you dabble. >> suggesting that hillary has bottomed out and she's begun to recover but the state polls are showing a different story. >> there's a difference between the state and national polling. which one is the leading indicator and which is the lagging indicator. in states that matter hillary
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clinton seems to be okay. she seems to have weathered the storm. and as the national poll shows, there wasn't that much consequence to the big fbi bombshell -- >> how can you say that? that's our poll but she was seven points ahead and now she's one point ahead. >> but the crunch happened before -- it with us a week ago tonight that that went down. it had already happened before that. the crunchdown had already come. she had been eight points up in an average of polls. she was already down to five and moving in the wrong direction by last friday. as it turns out, this was about partisans coming home and now we see about the same share in our poll. >> the republicans came home when all is said and done? >> by and large they came home. >> is that true with respect to the women? because there's a reason that we saw melania trump out there, more ivanka. the trump campaign is trying to reach out to the women mpl right. a lot of these things, the numbers on the service look lake republicans coming home, democrats are coming home, there
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are still breaks underneath the surface within different groups. when it's college educated women who may be republican, you're seeing less support for trump than you have among noncollege educated white men who are republicans. trump is running up the numbers among some groups far and above what mitt romney did previously which is why a state like iowa and ohio, the early vote is looking good for him there. wouldn't surprise me at all to see them flip from blue to red. the other states are a little more challenging because of the underlying demographics. >> the college educated women in the car headed home, then you see the car of the relative who always talks your ear off and they're like no! let's talk state by state, stirewalt. new hampshire is what everybody is looking at. >> oh yeah. >> very much in play. >> bing. >> does that do it for him? it's so small. >> we'll talk about this more later when we talk about how the whole map breaks down. there's four states in the east that -- pennsylvania, ohio,
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north carolina and florida. donald trump has got to win three of the four. doesn't matter which three but he's got to win three of the four. >> pennsylvania is within three. >> no. >> it's not going to happen according to most analysts. >> no. and republicans love the pipe dream. they smoke that pipe dream -- oh it's going to happen. never mind. >> but do you like him for ohio, florida and new hampshire? >> i like his chances a lot in ohio. i think he's got ohio. florida is as true of a tossup as i've ever -- this is more than 2000. now it may break one way or the other. but when we look at the early voting and the breakdown of what is going on in florida, it's as tight as it can be. north carolina has been a weak spot for trump just for the reason that kristen was talking about which is they're too affluent, have too many college educated white people, north carolina has been economically successful in what is the bread basket of republican votes.
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they haven't been bad enough off that they're buying the message. >> the thing is with the race this tight, she's got the ground game but he's got the momentum. tonight he was mocking her, and i didn't have to bring out jay z. and he's right. she's never had that many people at her rally. it's great if you can find a rock star to play your arena. but they need to vote. >> in 2004 dave matthews band played a band in florida and instead of voting for john kerry, i voted for george w. bush. sometimes people go to the concert just for the entertainment. i saw a count today that barack obama i believe had over 6,000 staff working out new swing states back four years ago and that hillary clinton, the number is slightly lower. meanwhile donald trump, his campaign is not as strong in terms of field staff but the rnc has done a good job
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supplementing. aye said that i don't think trump's ground game is great but i don't know if the gap is as significant as it was four years ago. we all know the election is four days away, but what time on tuesday will we know the results? how is it going to come down? that's why he's coming back to tell us that. plus rudy giuliani on the state of the race four days from this election. still ahead, after documenting the election all year long, the co-creators of show time's "the circus" is here, all three of them to tell us what is going to happen on tuesday night. >> the american people should be disgusted with the process. it is rigged. >> good to see you, sir. we all have to fight. you know what? i just want to make sure it's a fair fight. for lower back pain sufferers, the search for relief often leads here.
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breaking tonight, new fallout for hillary clinton, from the reports of an ongoing fbi probe into the clinton foundation to the new he revealed e-mails from her private supporter. our next guest is a loyal clinton supporter who as early as march '15 urnled her campaign to release the information that
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is still trickling out. here is lanny davis on fx news sunday saying hillary clinton should open her private server to independent review. >> it can be a neutral party to review the records. >> you would like to have a neutral party? >> i say there can be >> obviously there can be. i understand that. do you think it's a reasonable idea? >> i think it's a reasonable idea. if anybody has a -- >> to have an independent to inspect her private e-mail? >> that is a reasonable idea. if the state department asks, she will say yes. if there's a subpoena, she must say yes. >> that interview sent off alarm bells inside clinton world's leaked e-mails show one campaigner writing we've got to zap lanny out of her universe. we begin with lanny davis. well that wasn't nice.
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they wanted to zap you to outer space just for wanting a full vetting of the e-mail issue. what's your take on it? >> first of all, this is a great friend of mine and we've talked since the publication of the word zap. i said if in the part of that sentence which was able to correct next time i was on chris wallace. i said only if the state department asked for the official business e-mails, of course she had already turned them over and a neutral party could verify. or if there was a subpoena. but the headline that went out skipped the ifs. >> what about the fact, you look back -- >> i would zap myself if i hadn't said if. >> when i looked at your e-mail -- thanks for the wikileaks revelations, russia bad, we got it. there is one on august 27, 2015. we're going to get to other stuff in a second. you said something about i believe the issue of the wiping out of the private server still needs to be dealt with. you literally wrote the book on crisis management. if they had listened to you
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months ago and put it all out there, do you think she would be in the position she is in today? >> i think she would be in the position she's in today, probably with less pain, because she's ahead and she's going to win. i'd rather be hillary clinton -- >> she's ahead by one point. >> -- than donald trump. she's made a mistake. she's apologized. and donald trump did not apologize to a gold star mother and he didn't apologize to the women that he bragged about sexually assaulting. so hillary clinton did say i made a mistake and i'm sorry. and my philosophy would have been get those e-mails out into the public domain as early as possible. >> we think -- we here at "the kelly file" think you were brilliant. not only were you pressing for her to give full disclosure, but august 27th, 2015, this is right after the first republican presidential debate, you wrote to podesta, i propose that the
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secretary be on the megyn kelly file, close enough, for at least 30 minutes. i know what i'm about to propose is very risky and will be instinctively viewed negatively. i propose that the secretary be on the show for 30 minutes. the questions should be tough, something we should not fear as long as she had has an opportunity to answer. it has the potential to be a media bonanza and like a bunch of doeps they rejected your advice. >> first of all, you are tough but you've let me answer your questions. i have never seen hillary clinton unfiltered, answering questions from megyn kelly or chris wallace during the debate where she didn't do well. that's why she beat donald trump three times. hillary clinton is funny, likable, articulate, focused on issues, she would have done
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great on your show, you would have asked her tough questions about the server and the e-mail and she would have done great and hit home runs. >> i've always said she would handle me. the bottom line is she was too chicken to come on. that's the truth. >> you know -- >> no. i asked her for months and months through everybody possible. why else wouldn't she be here. >> you cannot call hillary clinton -- >> i can. if anybody in the country can, it's me. i can. >> i think at that point there was a more conservative approach and she since has said i made a mistake on the e-mail and i'm sorry. >> she made a mistake not sitting down with me, too. he may win on tuesday but it's still a mistake. she was trying to paint herself as a champion of women and she doesn't even sit down with one of the top female journalists in the country, one of the only two women on prime time in cable news, pretended we didn't exist, told us wait until the general, wait until that, never came.
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that's the truth. even trump who was very unhappy about that debate wound up sitting down with me and giving me a long interview. hillary, never. i'll give you the last word. >> i have to ask you a question. would you be proud of that e-mail where i recommended that she be on your show if i said listen, megyn is a soft touch. you ought to do it. >> no. >> the reason i wanted her to do it is because you would have asked her tough questions. >> let's leave on a happy note about me. lanny, good to see you. sorry hillary, i have to guilt her a little. what the heck. here is rudy giuliani, a surrogate for the trump campaign and has different feelings about hillary than lanny does. let me talk about this controversy where you find yourself where elijah cummings is now suggesting that you need to be investigated, calling on the justice department to investigation unaccurate leaks from within the fbi to benefit
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the presidential campaign of donald trump. they appear to be talking about you, suggesting that you had leaked information on the fbi review of the clinton e-mail before. >> oh any god. this is the vast right wing conspiracy garbage all over again. you can investigate me. i spoke to no current fbi agents ever in the last ten months. i've had no communications with them. i haven't destroyed any of my e-mails. i haven't hammered my cell phone. all of my communications were with former fbi agents. the information i got from former fbi agents who were friends of mine who put the mafia in jail, the columbian drug dealers in jail, friends of mine. because the fbi from the time of the comey investigation until the day jim came forward with what he said were in revolt about an investigation they believe was being sabotaged.
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i actually didn't know the dimensions to which the justice department sabotaged this investigation until it actually came out. >> so when you said to martha mccallum i think trump has a surprise or two you're going to hear about -- >> you know what i was talking about? >> what? >> i was talking about his advertising this weekend. we were having a debate of whether he should give a big speech or do a bunch of advertising. he was going to go on television and talk directly to the american people. no reference at all -- >> that would have been kind of lame. you should be glad that something bigger came out to not make a liar out of you. >> i had no idea that jim comey was going to do what he did. not the slightest idea. what i did know, absolutely truthful with you, what i did know is from three or four former fbi agents that the people within the fbi, they were telling me this, were outraged at jim comey's decision in july, they believed it was a prosecutable case -- >> that has clearly reached a boiling point.
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we've seen that come out and the fbi didn't leak. >> when jim said no reasonable prosecutor would bring this case, i said to myself i was a pretty reasonable prosecutor. i would win this case. this case is easier than maybe 90% of the cases that i want. >> i don't have have a lot of time with you. >> the woman destroyed 33,000 e-mails, she made 12 false exculpatory statements. she lied. the reason she didn't come on your program is because she would lie to you. she would tell you i only had one cell phone. >> they all mislead journalists. >> then it would turn out she had somebody smashing the cell phones with a hammer. >> okay. but listen -- >> that's criminal conduct. >> well, it may or may not have been. i mean comey said no, the intent wasn't there. >> how about, how about the $1.5 million speaking fee from ubs to bill clinton. >> you mentioned that. >> after hillary went to geneva to get ubs off the hook for
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50,000 identification. >> i got to go. this is the last time i may have you before tuesday night >> as lawyers we call that bribery. >> what do you predict? >> i believe he wins by two states. >> by two states? >> there are going to be two states that are going to surprise you. >> do you know the two? >> i'm not sure yet. could be pennsylvania, could be michigan. maybe wisconsin. >> wow. >> and the red states, all have come back. >> utah, georgia, arizona. >> utah is back big time. don't worry about north carolina. it's going to be fine. >> wow. >> all he needs is one -- maybe new hampshire and that one vote in maine. she is now on the ropes. she's on the defense. he's got the momentum and everybody in the country knows finally after four decades of clinton corruption the american people have figured out she's a
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crook. >> great to see you, mr. mayor. there you have it. two very divergent view points. >> that's a scathing new column out and we'll show you who is taking the heat in these last 72-plus hours of the race. plus, we'll get to the drama of the final days when all three stars of showtime's "the circus" join us. for the first time ever, next. i think it's fair to say there's a broad consensus now between democratance republicans that hillary clinton is going to be the next president of the united states. barring some catastrophic thing. but thinking could happen. feel secure in your dentures...
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"the circus." here's a quick walk down memory lane. >> standards has been in congress for 25 years but he never got a single vote in the house. >> my opponent is not in iowa tonight. she's raising money -- >> you know, donald is a -- i mean -- >> ted cruz, nobody likes him, very nasty guy. >> i talk to people all of the time, they say why don't you republicans do something about this guy. i'm sorry. this is not the soviet union that we can't call a meeting and decide trump is out. >> and we hate that. >> nine dictatorships and who is for it. >> trump is doing well for one reason. he understands the climate and the culture of america today better than anybody. >> the next president of the united states donald j. trump. >> thank you. sit down, everybody.
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please. i mean, this is mar-a-lago. we give you seats. you don't have to stand. i'm looking at all of these people. >> today as we sit here do you think that most likely donald trump will be the republican nominee? >> yes. >> yes. >> yes. >> we don't fight to win anymore, we're weak and hillary is as weak as you get. >> donald trump has got america all wrong. >> this campaign is like a fifth grade fight. >>? what way is this rice abnormal. >> trump trump and trump. those are the three top ways in which it's abnormal. >> do we all agree that trump's chances today are better than the day after the democratic convention? >> no question. >> i think my strongest asset maybe by far is my temperament. i have a winning temperament. i know how to win. >> secretary clinton. whoa! okay. >> it was like a mon goose and a
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cobra in a steel cage match. >> it was like watching the fist 15 minutes of gladiator six times. i don't think the public can live with it. >> in a letter to members of congress, director comey said the fbi has learned of the existence of e-mails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation. >> republicans are going to bludgeon her with this over the next 11 days. >> here with me now, the cocreators and host of "the circus", mark mckinnon, mark halprin. it's fun to look back at it like that and see it unfold. let's start there for a second. what stands out to you looking back on the craziest of elections ever as a key moment or two? >> we were worried about having 26 episodes where there would be weeks where nothing was happening. that never happened. the only problem we had was cutting material. because we had so much.
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not just every week but every day and every hour. you were covering i'm sure the same thing 37 go to bed at night, a story at 11:00, you wake up the next morning, another story. and then this week tops it all. >> so much of it involved this. oh, oh wow. >> parental controls. >> i can't because i cover the presidential race, right? twitter has played a big role. what do you think, john? what was the biggest shock you personally felt in covering the race? >> i think the very first episode we did in january we called it "the outsiders" and it was focused on donald trump and bernie sanders. i them i'm going to look back on the fact that these two guys who were not members of their own party a couple of years earlier came in and were the biggest insurgent populous forces. bernie sanders was a bigger story. so seeing him coming close to winning in iowa and beating her
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in new hampshire. seeing trump with the victory in new hampshire and then in south carolina. these were validated the notion that we had been feeling for a year, which is these people who were against the system, against the establishment, against many of the things their parties held dear were going to be the dominant forces even if they didn't win. one of them did, one of them didn't. >> curiositiecuriosities. i don't understand. this isn't the way it's done. but people gravitated toward it. mark, your thoughts on the state of the race. you've been criticized for being too fair to trump by some. how do you see it? does he have a real chance? does momentum come soon enough? >> she's got all of the structural advantages that any democrat would have, the electoral college. democrats have won the popular vote five of the six -- >> she's a weak candidate. >> they've focused on keeping
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trump's ceiling from getting high enough that he has a chance to win. if she wins they'll keep trump down in the battlegrounds. he has moved up, he is now in a position -- you can look at a map and give him a couple of combinations but she has so many more combinations. if she wins north carolina where they're devoting so many resources and where even the republicans said a week ago it with as tough state for them, she wins. >> is that the state you're watching on tuesday? >> north carolina and new hampshire are two states where -- can donald trump win without those two? mathematically yes wu very hard to see a path that doesn't involve -- >> title is "nobody f'g knows". >> i love that. >> the bottom line is there's information, polls -- the professor since 1940s called every election an the campaign
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finds whatever information they want that reinforces what they to believe to give them the confidence to win. >> what do you think is going the happen? >> there's a structural advantage but the most important thing in the final days of the campaign is momentum and trump has a lot right now. you want to be on offense and not defense, where the clinton campaign has been this week. but all of the investment early when she was raising money, that investment now in targeting and turnout could make a difference. >> and the ground game. we haven't been paying that much attention to it but she's been putting the building blocks in place for a long time. >> there's not been a day in the race that she's been behind, not one when she's been running against donald trump. there are moments when it has tightened but there's been an election going on for now a month in a lot of battleground states. early vote, being banked where
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her infrastructural advantages, financial advantages, the ground game you're talking about, that's not just on election day. election day happens oefrs week. >> get to the polls now, immediately before comey does anything else. >> florida, north carolina, nevada, she may have banked so many votes and have so much of an advantage, he may win election day but that might not be enough to make him the win are of the election. >> i was over at trump tower today shooting stuff for this week's "the circus" i saw kellyanne conway. they're loose. they're either bluffing or they are telling the truth when they say our internal data is better than the public data. the clinton folks say, very similar to what president obama's campaign says, we've seen the numbers, we have so much more data. we're going to win. >> it's exactly what happens every four years and you find the fact that they lie to you. they all say this stuff. could you tell today?
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>> they both seemed pretty confident. >> if you haven't seen "the circus" you have to check it out. you can download them at your leisure and i highly recommend it. >> do you know what the campaign is going to do at the end? >> kick it. >> they're going to kick it. so from leaked debate questions to journalists ditching all objectivity and calling everyone to do the same, media has had a rocky trip on the road to the white house. howie kurtz is next on how this all shakes out in the next few days. don't go away. on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine
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developing tonight as we approach the final days of this race, a scathing new column in the balt sun suggests that no matter who wins on tuesday, the media will be the big loser. critic david zer wick writing quote it's a deadly combination
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that has dark consequences for democracy as the press fails in its primary job of giving citizens accurate trust wore think information they can use no choosing who to they want to lead the notion. joining me now, howie kurtz and noah. does he get it right? >> he absolutely does. before the primary votes were cast, you had the press out there injecting a narrative into the ether, the associated press talking about how hillary clinton was preaching love and kindness when donald trump was talking about hate and how the republican field was quote stammering according to the "washington post" after the attack in charleston. they were very much interested in propping up hillary clinton well before donald trump became something of a phenomena and induced the press to say we have
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to put objectivity aside because this is a very real threat to the american democratic republic republic. >> you're very critical of trump, right? you're a never trumper? >> i'm certainly not voting for a republican. >> so not a fan. but of course in the primary season he benefitted from media bias in a way, the bias were ratings and we saw that in a number of instances. the number of times our competitors took donald trump campaign events and put them on tv start to finish we would have never have done that for any -- scott walker did not get the treatment. hillary clinton certainly didn't get that treatment. only for trump. >> it's a mixed bag but the problems go so much deeper. by the way, it's not all journalists but it's many many people in this business inflicted far more scrutiny and negative coverage on donald trump than hillary clinton. and what the worst part is that
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some journalists and media critics justify that saying he's such a dangerous character, such a repulsive character that we have to apply different standards. open people get it. the usa today poll by nearly 10 to one say the media want hillary to win >> and then you know just capping off the election season, no noah, with the news about donna brazile cheating. she cheated in advance of two presidential debates by giving the questions to the clinton team. this is a beloved figure in democratic circles and by all counts a nice woman. but that's what happened. it leaves the average viewer and voter with an unpleasant that davis in their mouth about the whole process. >> when you have somebody who's that closely associated with the democratic party, the acting chair of the dnc, what did we expect? >> not cheating.
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well, i suppose it's certainly unethical. but we had corey lewandowski who was on the payroll. he's getting remittances. >> there's a tweet out with corey lewandowski and kellyanne conway, it's like #teamwork. >> we've had stories suggesting that he was on the phone with donald trump pretty frequently giving him had viadvice. there's a dual loyalty at the very least. thes need to reconsider their relationship with political commentaries. >> what does this mean for the future? >> it means the media instead of doing high fives if trump loses, ought to do some soul searches on why there's such a stain in our business. here's the deepest part of it. here's the part that really bothers me. the degree to which most of the mainstream media hissed the anger and frustration of the millions of people who support
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donald trump, are drawn to donald trump, they've been arrogant and condescending to them. that's not going to go away after election day. what time could we know on tuesday? d a sick day. dads don't take sick days. dads take dayquil severe: the... ...non-drowsy, coughing, aching, fever, sore throat, stuffy... ...head, no sick days medicine.
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four days! in less than 100 hours, 100 hours we'll have a pretty clear idea of who will be the 45th president of the united states. what time will we actually know on tuesday night? the host of -- >> i'll tell you what. >> here on fox news on sundays at 5:00 p.m. is here to walk us through how election night will work. stirewalt is back with us. how will it work? >> the people vote and then we count them. no. all right. do we get exit polls at 5:00 to tell us what the temperature is, right? we find out where the thermostat is. and then we start to get state results and we match up the real vote with the expected vote from the exit poll and then we reweight the exit poll so they wer able to, as the polls close, in some states where it's lopsided, we'll send you a call right there. >> new york state, no drama. >> the second hand sweeps up, you can go. >> 7:00 p.m. is the first poll closing. >> 7:00, no surprises will be in
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indiana or kentucky. but you look up there to new hampshire, you look at virginia, you look at georgia, we'll start to have the makings of what kind of night this is going to be. for example, if we're sweating georgia on donald trump, it's going to be a bad night for donald trump. but if hillary clinton is sweating virginia, bad night for her. >> 7:30, ohio and north carolina. those are big. >> huge. donald trump needs probably both of those states in order to be competitive. >> will we know? will it be like ohio we're calling it? >> west virginia we'll call. we'll be waiting. you know what you'll be saying? where is the call on north carolina, stirewalt? i'll say it's not there yet. it's going to be very exciting. >> what time do you think we're going to be able to call this race on tuesday night. >> probably 11:00, maybe earlier if it's a blowout. it will need states in the 11 k p.m. hour to get anybody to 270 votes. >> the drama. >> 100 hours.
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>> it's exciting. hours instead of days. we've been waiting. great to see you. he's doing so many things on election night. i don't have time to tell you all of them. let's hope nothing happens to him, for many reasons. but when you have high blood pressure and need cold medicine that works fast, the choice is simple. coricidin hbp is the only brand that gives powerful cold symptom relief without raising your blood pressure. coricidin hbp.
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so before we go. a kwuk word on yes, my book. in the -- yes, thank you very much. sean is feeling it. it's under wraps officially until november 15th. this is the only copy, this is it that i've ever seen. but some shady characters have been trying to leak portions of the book or so they claim. without con furming or denying that content, let me just say this. lots of people love fox news. that's why we're number one. but some people do not. and sometimes they're writing articles about fox or fox news personalities, the media can get a bit dishonest. believe it or not, they can. yes, they can take things out of context. sean, this has never happened to
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you, right? >> that collude with the clinton campaign. >> they can spin things in a dishonest way because they may not particularly love the fax news channel or the people that work here. that's just a thought for you. you can let that marinate as my buddy hammer would say as you enjoy the media reports about "settle for more" before it comes out on november 15th. and you can preorder it now at and barnes & nob >> you're co-hosting with kelly ripa. >> that's right. the morning of the election -- >> that's big. >> i'm going to be up all night with baier and then i've got a date with kelly. i think we should call it the megyn kelly show that morning. >> whoa! ouch. >> the kelly ripa show, i'm in there either way. it's going to be fun and i'm going to be exhausted. you can see what i really look like with all of the bags under my eyes. thanks for buying "settle for
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more." we'll see you tomorrow night at 9:00. i have a special surprise for you in the studio. very special. his name is sean hannity. he's fired up. it's friday night and he's ready to roll. all right. thanks megyn. and welcome to "hannity" this friday night. a lot of news tonight. tonight hillary clinton and her partner in crime, barack obama have hit a shameful and absolutely despicable new low in american politics. this is a story that the rest of the media, as megyn was saying, will not tell you about. but we will. for the second day in a row the president of the united states while campaigning for hillary rodham clinton accused donald trump of something that's false, without any evidence that he supports the kkk. this is the president of the united states. >> if you accept the support of klan sympathize


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