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is. chadwick boseman from black panther. are they going to do that with the prophet mohammed and islam? i doubt it. cultural appropriation, put on a sombrero is terrible, give me your thoughts, shannon bream has a fantastic show on tap, a lot of breaking news tonight. >> we begin with a fox news alert, the deadline was saturday with donald trump ready to lay it on the line, at 2:00 eastern a major announcement on the iran nuclear deal. is he leniently leaning out? that is moments away. four women accuse eric schneiderman of beating, humiliating and threatening them, breaking news tonight. the first lady unveils her be best initiative and the media attacks continue.
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it is turning out to be a defining week for the trump doctrine. major moves from iran to north korea and a big push on capitol hill for his nominee to run the cia. team coverage tonight. covering the shadow diplomacy by obama officials as they tried to save their signature diplomatic achievement, the iran nuclear deal. kristen fisher and the pres.'s pick to lead the cia, declassify more of gina haskel's career record. we begin with it henry with more on what is driving the pres. to make an announcement on iran ahead of schedule. >> the reason he's leaning toward pulling out of the deal is pretty simple. he called a disaster negotiated by barack obama, vowed to rip it up. the real question seems to be whether the president offers any gesture to european allies, giving them a window to renegotiate a tougher deal or at least the french and germans and
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others have the ability to do business in iran without new us sanctions hitting them. even before john bolton came on board as national security advisor, mike "fbn a.m." as secretary of state the pres. was pointing to the deadline and deciding what to reinstate sanctions as an inflection point and hard-line views on iran have only emboldened the pres. to take this stuff view of the inability to trust iran about its nuclear ambitions after that earlier release by the israelis but all kinds of actions iran has been taking and threats it has been issuing to further destabilize the middle east, newspapers focusing on another intelligence assessment suggesting to runners planning to attack israel as retaliation for the strike that killed 7 iranian military advisers. over the weekend another uranium proxy, the term proposal and made major gains in lebanese elections explaining why the iranian president so aggressive in trying to preserve the deal wanting to run will, quote,
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continue our path if america opt out. john kennedy today called out the iranian president for using the iran deal to fund terror. >> we gave the ayatollah $100 billion plus and you know what he did with it? used it to help the people of iran? know. he just exported terrorism. >> the pres. held up in a chance of salvaging the deal by negotiating a new one reaching out to the leaders of france and germany today. boris johnson met with bolton and mike pence to that path but rudy giuliani took time to deliver remarks at a conference put together by the organization of iranian communities suggesting the pres. was going to take a hard line. >> what you can do is be tougher on iran, address the concerns of the pres. and not throw the baby out with the bathwater -- >> a pres. who is tough, who
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doesn't listen to the people who are naysayers and the president that is as committed to regime change as we are. >> there are some republicans offering more moderate path forward, saying the president should delay a decision and give them a chance to get a new agreement. when we see things like regime change it does not seem the pres. is in a compromising mood. >> gina haskel, the pres.'s pick to be the cia will face tough questions from the senate intelligence committee as senate democrats push for details about decades of undercover service at the cia. kristen fisher joins us with the latest. >> reporter: haskel spent 30 to 33 years undercover. that is why so much of her record is classified. a few hours, dropped off binders with classified information that
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covers her career but several democratic senators are still accusing the agency of selective declassification ahead of wednesday appearing. they want more of her record to be public. the first woman ever nominated to be director of the cia, gina haskel spent money on capitol hill meeting with her fiercest critics on the senate intelligence committee. >> we talked about a lot of things that helps clarify for me and very helpful. >> i want her to be straight about the issues the agency has struggled with in the past and for her to take ownership moving forward in a way that gives me confidence that she will be good at avoiding the problems. >> she is referring to the problem of enhanced interrogation of terror suspects
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after 9/11. critics have called it torture. haskel, in thailand, two terrorism suspects were water boarded. donald trump came to her defense on twitter saying haskel has come under fire because she was too tough on terrorists. mike pence accuse democrats of playing politics with her nomination. >> she enjoys the support of former cia directors from past administrations representing both political parties including leon panetta, john brennan and michael hayden. >> the wall street journal is reporting 50 former time national security and intelligence officials have signed a letter supporting her nomination. >> those who know her best including high-ranking obama era officials are behind her 100%. >> many democrats like sen. ron wyden say the american people are in the dark about who this nominee is. >> there has been selective
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declassification, a very aggressive public influence campaign and a boatload of misinformation. >> sen. wyden is one of the senators haskel will be meeting with privately when she returns to capitol hill tomorrow. >> he runs the gauntlet on the hill. thank you very much. the pres. says john kerry's efforts to keep the us in the iran deal might be illegal. let's get more from richardson at the state department tonight. >> former secretary of state john kerry is lobbying to hold together the iran nuclear agreement meeting with officials from iran, france, germany and the european union, the boston globe is working to maintain the agreement, the white house is a severe for the president tweeting this is not john kerry's possibly illegal shadow
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diplomacy on the badly negotiated iran deal, he was the one who created this mess in the first place. those close to carry says the us should be pushing for iran to continue sticking to its obligations under the deal and in a statement the former secretary spokesperson says john kerry stays in touch with his former counterparts around the world like every previous secretary of state, like america's closest allies he believes it is important the nuclear agreement which took years to negotiate remain effective. the country's focus on stability in the region was one former sen. disagrees. >> john kerry is not negotiating on behalf of the us government and i hope everybody knows that but it is an appropriate and he shouldn't be doing it. >> reporter: republicans point to criticism of michael flynn, the pres.'s national security advisor. he met with russian officials to discuss us sanctions on the country before trump assumed office. >> what john kerry is doing is much worse than anything general
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flynn did because john kerry is a private citizen working directly against the current administration whereas michael flynn was part of the transition team of the incoming administration. >> as he privately pushes all the iran deal together european governments are doing so publicly. uk foreign secretary boris johnson met with mike "fbn a.m.". iran's presidency as his country could stay part of the deal even if the united states withdraws if other countries remain committed. dagen: democratic congressman from california met with john kerry last week to discuss the iran deal. he joins us now. he sits on the armed services committee, great to see you tonight. what do you make of this characterization that it is
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inappropriate, what do you think? >> i don't think it is inappropriate at all. he is talking about the deal and how it works, wide is important and that is important not only for other nations to know but for us to know here. the pres. in 15 hours from now is going to make an extremely important decision and as was reported earlier on your show it is possible that decision could torpedo all the efforts to stop iran from building nuclear weapons and they will just go forward. >> you were a big proponent of getting this deal past and you said it needs some changes. >> the actual deal was about nuclear weapons. that is working. the international review, that is taking place, quite certain they are doing nothing right now, israel said they were doing something in the past year but since this deal has been in place there has been no further effort, they put concrete in the
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middle of their nuclear reactor so it couldn't be used. there are many pieces to this. the rest of the story deals with what iran is doing in the neighborhood. clearly they are bad actors with a ballistic missile effort underway so why don't we do this, keep the deal in place as it exists today and build on it, use it as the foundation, the nuclear issue in place. that would seem to be the way to go forward. >> one of the major problems everybody has, for people who disagree in the us is a verification process, the idea they have 21 to 24 days to move on with that. a former deputy director of the iaea said this.
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the 2014 adjudicated timeline reduces detection probabilities where the system is weakest, detecting undeclared facilities and materials. are you confident that we have a real picture of what is going on in iran? >> yes. i'm confident for several reasons. when you are messing with nuclear material you leave behind trace elements and those are detectable. you can't get rid of them. they are there and they will not be so if they're doing something in some facility which we have under this agreement the iaea has the right to inspect every facility they suspect something is going on, if they are doing something they have left behind critical isotope markers that cannot be taken away. you simply scan those, so you are doing something here, now they are in violation and all the sanctions have is that back. if they are not being obeyed, if iran is engaged in some sort of various activities the sanctions immediately snap back.
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we have a good start on a major problem in the middle east. iran with a nuclear weapon. they are not going to have one for a long time to come, at least a decade, probably longer. >> many critics don't agree with that were very skeptical. i want to circle back on john kerry. a piece in the boston herald says if bob mueller is truly interested in investing people colluding with foreign powers to undermine us interests john kerry should be target number one for secretly meeting with iran's foreign minister more than once and other foreign officials in recent weeks to usurp us foreign policy. he goes on to say what other deep state officials have been working to sanitize us foreign interests. commerce must open an investigation to find out, failure to do so will reveal how partisan interrupt -- >> i suspect that was written by someone who had an agenda, not the boston globe. a columnist that has an agenda. maybe there is something there.
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investigations are always appropriate if they are balanced and just and go after the truth. the question is what are we going to do? spend all our time on a sidetrack, not even a minor sideshow but the major show is video itself. by the way, american foreign policy is not established. when john kerry was doing this there was no secretary of state and donald trump to this moment has not established what the american policy is with regard to the iran nuclear deal. he said he doesn't like it. >> very unhappy with it and will give the decision tomorrow. >> but hasn't decided what the policy is. is not happy, he has a problem he thinks, what is the policy? how could john kerry go against american policy which up until this moment, 2:00 tomorrow, is the nuclear deal? american policy has not changed.
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the pres. can change it and maybe there is something to this op-ed. dagen: we will be watching at 2:00 tomorrow. thank you for visiting us. mike presence -- mike pence announcing a violation of the venezuelan intelligence service with 20 countries for narcotics trafficking. making the news public at a speech at the organization of american states, those sanctions join dozens of current and former venezuelan officials already targeted. the white house calling it orwellian nonsense, the chinese government demanding us airlines change how they refer to taiwan, hong kong and macau on website and promotional material. sarah sanders saying american air carriers should resist beijing's efforts to impose chinese political correctness on thin. and eric schneiderman for one of
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one more way comcast is working to fit into your life, not the other way around. dagen: this is a fox news alert, bombshell report tonight on alleged physical abuse of multiple women by eric schneiderman. the champion of choice and stunning reaction almost instantly. trace gallagher calling the story from the los angeles newsroom. >> new york atty. gen. tried to push back, the allegations were ugly and damning and in a few hours he resigned his office. two of the four women accusing him of sexual misconduct publicly identified themselves, two did not that all of them paint a similar portrait of a man they claim drink heavily and engages in physical and mental abuse before, during and after
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sex, one described them as living in the upper west side apartment saying he backed her up in bed and all of a sudden just slapped me openhanded and with great force across the face landed a blow directly onto my ear. she claims she accused him of snatching him, heading off to the law is a felony. schneiderman said in the privacy of intimate relationships i have engaged in role-playing and other consensual sexual activity. i have not assaulted anyone, never engaged in nonconsensual sex which is a line i would not cross but the woman who claims he snapped across the face is, quote, i want to make it clear this was under no circumstances a sex game gone wrong. this did not happen while we were having sex. a sri lankan woman said he called her his, quote, brown slave and wanted her to call him
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master. she says this was not role-playing. schneiderman's ex-wife jennifer cunningham has weighed in saying these allegations are completely inconsistent with the man i know who has always been someone of the highest character, outstanding values and loving father. interesting to note in 2013 donald trump said weiner is gone, spitzer is gone and next will be lightweight ag eric schneiderman? is your quick? wait and see, worse than spitzer or weiner. last year when schneiderman sued the weinstein company for not protecting its employees from the abusive harvey weinstein the new york atty. gen. said this. >> women were coerced into facilitating harvey weinstein's misconduct, sometimes they were targets themselves. if they refused they were threatened with insults, their careers were threatened, they were threatened with physical intimidation and violence. >> no surprise the new york
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republican party called tonight for schneiderman to step down but new york democratic governor andrew cuomo called for his resignation the pressure was mounting. cuomo has called for a full investigation. the nypd says it has no complaints on file against eric schneiderman. >> that resignation at the end of business tomorrow. minority leader nancy pelosi calling for an ethics investigation into a fellow congressman who acknowledged he is an unnamed defendant in a case alleging he molested a 16-year-old. he denies all allegations but says he will fully cooperate with the ethics investigation. the recent heating up, our scoble for the first primary dave 2018, the pres. baking west virginia voters not to pull another, quote, ron moore but don blankenship is not listening is one of his -- >> people are beginning to know
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especially donald trump that nominating don blankenship would be an electoral disaster for west virginia because he would be defeated by joe mention. we are seeing more people talk about that from the president of the united states on down. >> our recent polling show us up 18 to 20 points. we don't think even donald trump can stop it. >> let's bring in chris tire wall. >> not born in west virginia the way it raised in west virginia. dagen: this is the tweet, the people of west virginia, we have a chance to make a big difference. the problem is he can't win the general election in your state, no way. remember alabama. there are a lot of folks who say donald trump couldn't win, who is to say if any of these
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couldn't beat manchin. >> it was all set about donald trump in 2016. i said some of it. one of the reasons roy more won in alabama was alabamians said to donald trump if you can do it why can't he? they are not allegations, what don blankenship was convicted of is different than the allegations against roy more for creeping on teenage girls when he was a prosecutor, a very different thing but what else is different, the state is different. in alabama the republicans had a sure thing that they gave away because voters in alabama were insistent on having roy more. west virginia is different. this is a seat that has been in democratic hands since 1959. joe manchin has been elected four time statewide. this is not an easy out. this is not a gimme and the real
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problem with morrissey and jenkins is there is no positive argument, no conclusive argument, one of these other guys is good. it is not like that. this is a more rough and tumble race and blankenship can make just as good a case that he can run better than either of the two. >> even after the criticism from the white house and john junior, i am for you, you will love me when i get to washington because you don't understand i'm even more trump he then trabant can't wait to get there and support the pres.'s agenda. interesting back and forth between the two side. >> a lot has to do with mitch mcconnell and about enemy of don blankenship and don blankenship, no love lost and the senate majority leader, we don't want this guy no matter what. >> can we talk about indiana. a big republican gop situation
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for the senate. accusations, always been a democrat even though he was elected to the statehouse as a republican, where do we go? >> the republicans, democrats have problems in terms of their primaries, we talked about the many times coast-to-coast but as we look forward to tuesday some of these races in west virginia and indiana particularly it may not matter who the winner is so much as how file the primaries are, the rottenness of this indiana primary, the vile nature of these things. if you fight on issues and a primary those issues generally don't carry to the general election because it is a different issue between 2 electorates but if it is a personal characteristic that goes into the general electorate and give the person you're running against a running head start to say what you heard about how this person is a dirt bag? i agree. >> tomorrow night we may have some results to talk about and whether blankenship if he
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doesn't win. >> i think only if it is morrissey. he has been -- blankenship might do it. i will be in new york and i will say hi. dagen: atty. gen. jeff sessions gets tough on anyone who crosses from the southern border, is going to be prosecuted and sending extra firepower. to weigh in on the illegal immigration crackdown and why american workers should pay attention to the nafta negotiations with rosie o'donnell exceeds the legal limit to multiple democrat candidates. did she break the law and prosecuted just like a conservative filmmaker did during the obama administration. . and to keep up this pace, i drink boost optimum. boost optimum with 5 in 1 advanced nutrition
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sessions responding to devon nunez who called for congress to hold sessions in contempt saying the justice department failed to hand over classified materials related to the russia investigation. in southern california the atty. gen. had this to say. >> the department of justice has written a letter and responded is appropriate to him, the request he made is one the intelligence community and the problem of justice feel is not granted. we would be willing to talk about it, the details i cannot discuss. >> chairman nunez said he would like to discuss it with the atty. gen.. >> i want to talk about that is i want to talk to him. i don't believe mr. sessions saw
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my letter. i don't think the atty. gen. saw it. dagen: the atty. gen. have strong on is real legal border crossers announcing that the part of, degree will -- anyone filing the country illegally for prosecution. and very tough on illegal immigration, joins us live. we hadn't asked you to talk about dispute but you are chomping at the bit to say something about this. do you think the atty. gen. did not see the letter from chairman nunez and if not why not? >> i respect sessions incredibly. his answer, the intelligence agencies have determined, the intelligence agencies were underneath the pres. and coequal to congress and congress's article 1 before article to the pres. when we ask for documents that are redacted and marked up
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it is not us asking but the american people asking, we are representatives of the people. what you're hearing is the atty. gen. and intelligence agencies don't want to give documents to the american people so we can run our government of, by and for the people. >> they have been providing you the documents. don't know where this is coming across wires because they provided documents where people from the other side can look at hundreds of thousands of pages of documents. the russia investigation heavily redacted. there is an ongoing criminal investigation, a federal judge gave two weeks to cough it up. >> there is article 3, the judiciary, a judge stepped in
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and said you don't determine the scope, i do. the judiciary, why do they see the redacted documents when congress's oversight by the executive doesn't. we are coequal branches and congress is number one because we represent people's interest in the people interest is being dismissed. dagen: agreeing to disagree between the house gop and the doj but let's talk about immigration. the atty. gen. tough on this today including this message about those who try to bring amateurs to the us. >> if you smuggle illegal aliens across our border, we will prosecute you. if you are smuggling a child, we will prosecute you and that child may be separated from you as required by law. >> new york times picking up on that. they said more than 700 children have been taken from adults claiming to be their parents and quote someone saying the idea of punishing parents trying to save their children's lives is
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fundamentally cruel and un-american. what do you make of this? the justice department says we are doing that in some cases. >> this is why you need to pass the goodlatte bill, it is systematic and covers all these bases. we will give you $700,000 relief, trump went beyond that, he said we will do 2 million in the left says no to that deal and what we are trying to keep from happening is we want to be compassionate but if we keep showing compassion over and over we send a signal and put out a line, keep coming from central america crossing illegally, then you don't have will of law anymore and that we have to be stephan. we have to send a clear signal and when donald trump first came into office border crossings went way down and only after
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paul ryan promised us we would pass the goodlatte bill, that will send a signal to the rest of the world that the united states is a beacon of liberty, we are welcoming and compassionate, we used to bring in 500,000 folks legally, then 1 million, now million and a half last year legally. they went through the line and now folks are claiming refugee status, some have been coached etc.. you have progressive groups working with them. that has been on the news every night for the past week. sessions got it right. we need to make a firm announcement we are following the law and that is a continuing theme after the obama years, the sandy in the law with law enforcement at the border and the fbi and intelligence community. all this is in question so we have to restore credibility to all these institutions and we will get it straight and in a few years we will have the
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streamed out and we can continue to be the compassionate country we are but compassion goes with the law. dagen: will you talk about that? those negotiations continue. i'm not going to talk about the visa. great to see you. the volcano continues to swallow homes, vehicles and neighborhoods in hawaii. we have a report on the devastation and what is next for residents. the media on attack the first aim brexit asks people to be their best. >> i feel strongly we can be the best by educating our children. ♪ bigger and bigger, it took a whole lot more. that's why i switched to the spark cash card from capital one. with it, i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy. everything.
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♪ >> north and south korea, why can't i solve us? >> north and south korea. >> too late for that. i know you don't believe in climate change but storms are coming, baby. >> joe piscopo criticizing saturday night live for featuring stormy daniels. a lifelong democrat who supported donald trump wishes the show didn't have an overtly partisan tone night after night and worries the skit was in poor
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taste. >> such -- stormy daniels -- you be an adult film star. >> like baldwin who portrayed the pres. responded joe piscopo asked what will i tell my children. you tell them trump is a compulsive adulterer who pays off.stars with money from dubious sources, what else? the media covering sarah sanders about first lady brexit's official platform, to tackle opioid abuse and social media pressures like cyberbullying among young people in the washington post report said the president and mrs. trump live apart. >> just when you think the washington post can't get things anymore wrong they do and that is an outrageous and ridiculous claim. the first lady was here at the white house. >> does the pres. accept responsibility for american skepticism the first lady would be speaking against
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cyberbullying? does he accept responsibility for the climate that exists that there is a need to address an issue like cyberbullying? >> the idea you are trying to blame cyberbullying on the pres. is ridiculous when it comes to kids doing something that has been problematic and something we have seen over the last decade. >> rosie o'donnell reportedly making campaign contributions over the legal limit to five democrat candidates including congressman adam schiff of the house until comedian doug jones, gop challenger roy more. when asked if she broke the law the candidate should refund her donation and assume 20 donates candidates will not accept over the limit. let's talk about those contributions with democratic strategist and senior advisor to hillary clinton's campaign antone c wright and lisa but, great to see you tonight.
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let's talk about what we are talking about here. the limits that we know about with rosie o'donnell, doug jones, conor lamb, adam schiff, omar said. she said i didn't know, i get upset and i go online at night and i'm frustrated with the president so i donate and that is what i do. what do you make of it? >> the only reason we are having this conversation is who is donating the campaign funds and who she is donating to. i have been a political consultant. these mistakes happen all the time and the fact of the matter is when they are caught it is easy for the campaign to refund the money or put the money towards another cycle because sometimes it depends whether it is a federal or local election or primary or general election a runoff, depends on the election
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law in that particular state and how it goes. >> unless you are a conservative filmmaker with made films about obama and clinton in your name is dinesh d'sousa. he had a world of hurt during the obama administration. >> that is where the frustration is. there's clearly some hypocrisy here. if we took a page from the obama handbook here then rosie o'donnell would be facing a $30,000 fine, 8 months in a halfway house and 5 months of probation for doing the same thing. that is the problem. what i find interesting is with 5 different violations using multiple new york addresses and she says she used the act. website. it specifically says it is set
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up to prevent these violations from happening where there are limits. it is surprising. i never donated but that is the website that might explain why she actively use multiple aliases and addresses to try to stir the website the way to set up. >> have you ever worked on the campaign before? >> i have worked on multiple campaigns. >> have you ever been in contact with finance folks where donations are coming right and left from anywhere and everywhere across the country? these things happen often. don't know if you have been on a campaign. >> if that is the case, who was responsible? the donor? that would be rosie o'donnell and if she says i don't know about the law or how it works, count on my website to help me, why can't dinesh d'sousa do the
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same? >> both parties share responsibility but this not an isolated incident. it happens all the time. now that the situation has been caught -- >> nobody is saying -- 5 seconds here. nobody is saying it doesn't happen frequently. the problem is the double standard in the way he was treated and i find it hard to believe it wasn't intentional considering she set up multiple aliases and multiple addresses, the problem is the intent, certainly looks intentional to sacred the law. >> we will see if anything happens. latest on the volcano. incredible pictures of the devastation, report from hawaii and we we hear from folks who have been affected next.
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dagen: love a spewing from the kilauea volcano in hawaii endangering dozens of homes, cars and businesses. >> roaring skyhigh. it was incredible, it was fuming, roaring, thunder he,
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lots of rocks flying out of the ground. >> the kilauea volcano hasn't stopped. >> it is extending from the fisher. the eruption is progressing. >> this image shows 10 fissures. >> still standing here, still there. >> like hundreds of others, victor just learned his house survived the volcano. >> my house is 200 yards from the irruption. we will come back when she lets us. >> reporter: the irruption and two subsequent earthquakes forced to thousands to evacuate. sunday police allowed residents back and retrieve medication, papers and appliances. she now owns two worthless housing lots covered in lava. >> down here on this portion but
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no structure. >> this woman is also safe but homeless. >> >> gone. >> homes destroyed. it is likely will be. a red cross shelter hundreds wait to find out what is next. >> what is going to happen? if we lose our farms we don't know where to go. >> one question no one can answer, when will these eruptions stop? only mother nature knows. >> more news right after this. maker you've ever met. there's a lot of innovation that goes into making our thinnest longest lasting blades on the market. precision machinery and high-quality materials from around the world. nobody else even comes close. it's about delivering a more comfortable shave every time. invented in boston, made and sold around the world. now starting at $7.99.
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