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extramarital affairs. let's bring in chris frates. what else have we learned from "the new york times" interview, pretty revealing? >> yeah, it's pretty reveal. he had a lackluster debate performance. he had allegations that he called a former miss universe miss piggy. and trump's been dogged by the bad headlines and essentially on the defensive. yesterday in the interview with "the new york times" trump tried to get back on offense calling hillary clinton nasty but adding he can be even nastier. he also indicated he was rethinking supporting clinton if she does win the white house. on the debate on monday he said he would absolutely support her. now saying we're going to have absolutely see. let's pull up this quote, he said this to "the new york times." hillary clinton was married to the single greatest abuser of women in the history of politics. hillary was an enabler and she attacked the women who bill
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clinton mistreated afterward. i think it's a serious problem for them and it's something i'm considering talking about more in the near future. after a bad debate performance of a week of self-inflicted injury, trump on the attack here, trying to reverse some poll numbers that are going in the wrong direction, victor. >> speaking of being on the attack. some of trump's high profile supporter, advisers becoming critical of how trump's been handling aspects of miss campaign. he's had his twitter account under control for a couple weeks but after thursday night, not so much anymore. >> yeah, not so much. what's interesting we saw the trump try to rein in those surrogates and rein in those aides who were talking mostly on background. anonymously after the debate suggesting that donald trump didn't have a good debate. they're going to try to almost shame him into practicing into the next face-off with hillary
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clinton. but there are a couple of high profile surrogates still speaking out and here's what's newt gingrich had to say about donald trump this week. >> i think what trump's got to understand he's either got to sing i've got to be me or learn a new song, i've got to be president. they're not the same song. he's got to become much more disciplined. for a while there i thought he really turned the corner. this last week has been, frankly, a lost week, a week which has hurt him which has shaken his own own supporters and you can't tweet at 3:00 in the morning. >> all right. chris frates -- >> i'm not done. >> go ahead. >> chris? all right, i guess he is. >> he lost audio. >> chris frates. thanks so much. christi. >> sorry about that, chris, i think we lost audio. >> technical, you never know what you're going to get. after donald trump less than
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stellar debate showing, his numbers have dropped in the polls. we want to show host you a new post-debate fox news poll that shows him trailing behind clinton at 43%. trump is at 40%. cnn political commentator errol louis is with us. errol, as we look ahead, i know we have the vice presidential debate coming up, i believe it's next sunday. we also have the second debate coming up. how confident are you that we're going to see a different donald trump a week and a half from now? >> i think we'll see a different donald trump, in fact you'll have to, christi. the next debate is a different format. it's going to be a town hall-style debate. those came into vogue start with bill clinton, really, 1988. so, what you see is, you're going to have a lot of different kinds of dynamics that go on that we haven't seen before. so, for example, during some of these town hall-style debates,
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you're getting questions from individuals. very important not to be nasty to those individuals even if you disagree with their point of view. you have movement on the stage where the candidate that is not speaking can roam the stage a little bit. some candidates handle it better than others. is this going to be a real wildcard. it's not at all clear donald trump, just as he didn't necessarily prepare for last debate is going to be prepared for this. >> but maybe -- i'm sorry, go ahead. but maybe prepared in a different way, errol. because in "the new york times," he said, i'm quoting here, he told "the new york times" regarding hillary clinton she's nasty. but i can be nastier than she ever can be. talking about how he's looking at bringing up infidelity in the clinton marriage. and if he was asked if he ever cheated on his wives. he's never been married three
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times. he said no, i never discuss it, i never discuss it. do people care? >> i have a hard time that people would want to relive that. the point that trump wants to make sometimes what happens 20 years ago with the infidelities of bill clinton, not hillary clinton, somehow reflects badly on her. to the extent that any of us want to go back to those sordid days, i don't know women in particular, they're a key voting bloc that trump needs to do better against, i don't know they want to hold it against a woman, a faithful wife as we all know, for attacking the women that her husband was sleeping with. >> that's what i said. she's thinking the way she dealt with these women -- i want to get this quote here. "the new york times" said he
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said he was bringing up mr. clinton's fidelities and thought they would repulse female voters and turn them away from the clintons. >> i read that differently pipe say that as somebody that has three sisters, a wife, and five sister-in-laws. no one would hold it against a wife who had an unfaithful spouse for going after a woman that he had cheated with. i think people understand that on a human level. the good news, he appears to be a fast learner. the polls just cited beyond any shadow of a doubt he at least tied clinton or beat her in the last debate so he's going to have to do something differently. i think talking through his supporters, that he can't just be nasty. that's maybe how you win the primary election but for the general election, whole
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different ball game. >> errol louis, we appreciate it. also new this morning, buzzfeed has released an adult video from "playboy." it's from 2000. it includes an appearance by donald trump, i want to point out in all fairness, the headline sounds very intriguing. it's just a shot of donald trump pouring champagne on a "playboy" limo. he's fully clothed. there's nothing lewd about it. let's talk about it with jeffrey lord, and maria cordona. good morning. >> good morning to you. >> jeffrey is ready to go. >> good morning, dr. blackwell. >> and to you, sir. >> jeffrey, first and foremost, we were just talking about trump said -- hillary clinton is nasty. but, quote, i can be nastier than she ever can be. and saying he's really
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considering going into the infidelity route. should he go there? >> well -- i half agree with errol. bill clinton's infidelities are old news. and i think it's worthless to relitigate them. the question, though, is hillary clinton's conduct. and i would very much disagree with errol on this. her conduct per the women involved was pretty seriously bad. i mean, hiring private investigators, bullying. threatening. these women are well out there, saying these kind of things. then when you add that from the latest book from the secret service agent who describes her temperament problems, i mean, this is a big deal. >> maria, go ahead. i know you have something to say about it. >> yeah, i mean, republican strategists who have looked at this in focus group after focus group after focus group are
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cringing that this is something that their presidential nominee is actually thinking about bringing. you why? because it doesn't work. it not only doesn't work, it backfires. when this is something that the gop wants to go after, it actually moves women more quickly towards hillary clinton. so, i have three words for donald trump and the donald trump campaign. if they want to go down that rabbit hole and relitigate all of this with 53% of the electorate that are women, many of them who understand hillary clinton's position of having been cheated on and then deciding to stay in the marriage for commitment purposes, for the family, because she actually loved her husband, three words for you -- bring it on. trump we know is telling the polls, i want to get some of these numbers up here, in one of the latest polls here. he is -- clinton is at 46%. trump is at 42%. overall, this is in florida. some of these swing states, they
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have swung in the direction of hillary clinton. take a look at new hampshire with clinton at 42%. trump at 35%. jeffrey, what is he going to do to try to turn this around? >> well, we still have a month to go here. >> that's not a lot of time. >> it's not a lot of time. but believe me, these polls can swing back and forth. there's no question about it. the very fact after this debate, the polls have essentially not moved in some drastic direction indicates how close this is. i would point out that after both president reagan and president obama did not do well in their first debates and then rebounded strongly in second debates. i think donald trump frankly did well. in that debate. and he did well. he did have that microphone problem. >> oh, please. >> we have a ways to go. it's not over. >> go ahead mahaeahead maria.
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>> jeffrey's right. it's certainly not over. the polls can definitely go back and forth. i think one meaningful thing happened on monday night. the first one is that hillary clinton trounced him. didn't just beat him, trounced him. the second that she demonstrated how easily it was to get under his skin using his own words. five days after that debate, we are still talking about how he was -- is in complete meltdown with a late-night twitter rant against a miss universe. and what this whole week has demonstrate said how temperamentally unfit and loose-lipped and shoot from the hip this dividing, demining, birther in chief.
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ma soggenist in chief. >> this is going in the direction, i don't know if anybody anticipated it would go. maria cardona, jeffrey lord, as we continue to forge together here. thank you so much. reports this morning that russia is trying to influence the 2016 election. but a probe into just what russia is trying to accomplish is being blocked here at home. well, we'll try to get an answer why. and how could the breach affect the election. also, a powerful category 4 hurricane son the move this morning. we have a live update from the cnn weather center. and bill clinton in his own words opening up about 40 years of marriage and how hillary clinton handled heartbreak and disappointment. you're choosing more complete allergy relief and all the enjoyment that comes along with it. when we breathe in allergens, our bodies react by overproducing 6 key inflammatory substances.
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>> let's start with hillary clinton's effort to win over millennials. there's been a lot of talk about it. she's doing well in terms of percentage of that vote but enthusiasm is the challenge here. i want to read you something she said at a february fund-raiser. this is just a bit of it. let's put it on the screen, speaking to sanders' supporters she says this, some are new to politics completely. they're children of the great recession and they're living in their parent's basement and they feel they got the education and the jobs that they have available are to them are not at all what they envisioned for themselves. and they don't see much of a future." it seems divisive? >> no, she has said we have to edge fa these where they're coming from. i want to point out the first part of your quote when she talked about the nationalist xenophobic, she was talking
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about the discourse on the republican side. >> let me just read that there's a strain on the one hand of pup lus strained xenophobia the kind of which we hear from the republican candidates. >> exactly. i wanted to make that clear. the way you said at the beginning it sounds like clinton was talking about bernie sanders' supporters. >> it was a comparison. >> i think the important part here is that what she wants to focus on and what bernie sanders want to focus on is that it is the democratic agenda which she put together, along with bernie sanders and the democratic party. which is -- which in the platform is the most progressive platform that we have had, does speak to all of those issues, that young voters are concerned with. and she's been talking about it ever since. college affordabilitffordabilit.
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how you actually make ends meet for young mill millennials with children how you're actually able to go to work without breaking the bank. those are things that bernie sanders, michelle obama, elizabeth warren are going to fan out and talk about. which are huge contrasts to what donald trump and the party are offering. you've got to lock it down and she's got a month to do that. >> let me talk about, jeffrey, something that bill clinton said talking about heartbreak. in hemmingway's immoral wording in some way or another life breaks everyone and afterwards many are stronger at the broken places. i think she has spent a lifetime of dealing with joys and blessings, heartbreak and
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disappointment, sometimes, unfair treatment. hearing more now from president clinton to be talking about for his wife's heartbreak, to be frank, he's responsible for a great portion of that. does that undercut the strategy that we'll likely see out of the trump campaign? >> i don't think so. i mean, let's just remember, this -- if donald trump goes down this road this is not coming just from donald trump, this is coming from women. women who have been investigated, attacked. had their personal lives turned inside out and upside down. there's one thing. a common thread here with what you were just talking about with maria. when you go back and read the speech that hillary clinton gave when she was graduating from wellesley. she's 21 years old, it just wreaks of what is typical of the liberal world today. this sense of moral superiority. and we're smarter than thou kind of thing. whether she's 21 years old and talking about it, or whether
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she's talking about this kind of thing now, it's very clear that she believes herself to be above it all. and looks down on all kinds of people, particularly middle class people whom she dismissed as deplorables and irredeemables. she also looked down on the bernie sanders people. >> that's absolutely unclear. it's the opposite. she's the one who is the voice of middle class and working class. >> maria, thank you. the question was about bill clinton talking about heartbreak and disappointment. we'll see if we continue to hear that narrative from the president. thank you both. >> thank you, folks. alrighty, cnn, talking to pretty wise kids about the presidential race. interesting to hear how they sum it up. >> do you know that we have a presidential election coming up. >> yes. >> it's very complicated. >> had is complicated but tell me who is running for president.
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tell me? >> trump and hillary clinton. also, hurricane matthew barreling towards jamaica. meteorologist allison chinchar tracking it. >> that's right, it's going to make its track and turn sharply to the north. the question is, where does it go from there? we'll talk about u.s. impacts -- coming up.
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powerful category 4 hurricane is on the move in the atlantaic this matthew, we're tg about. 145-mile-per-hour winds and the potential to drop 24 inches of rain on jamaica. >> let's get to allison chinchar from the cnn weather center. once we hear the caribbean countries is florida along the line? >> it looks like it's an option. two miles per hour more at 157 would make it a category 5. even though it came down from a category 5, it's still a very dangerous storm. wind gusts up around 190 miles per hour. movement still out of the west at 7 miles per hour. but that's going to shift very soon. we'll talk about that in just a minute. not too far off from jamaica, this will be the first hurricane to hit jamaica until 1988.
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still technically, a category 4 hurricane at this point in time. when we look at the track of the storm, notice over the coming days, it's expected to go over jamaica, over a portion of cuba and start to go north. the key thing is, it has a very narrow path. it's going to sit in between two separate high pressure systems. one on the right and one on the left. that's going to force it to go off this very narrow path. the question, when does it start to make the turn? if it makes a turn earlier to the north, it's more likely to have an impact farther east, to the carolinas up and down, places to massachusetts. if it delays, takes a little longer until it finally makes that sharp north turn then it's going to make impact on places like florida, georgia and south carolina. the big question going forward, guys, how quickly does it turn? we know it will turn today. we just don't know when. you'll have to stay tuned and
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we'll have all the details throughout the day. >> allison chinchar, thanks so much. donald trump's boys club. the republican nominees surrounded by men who have their own complicated history when it comes to women. the question is, does it matter? and remember a couple weeks ago when president obama couldn't get stairs in china to deboard the plane there. wait until you see which president kept him waiting there on air force one this time. glad forceflex. extra strong to avoid rips and tears. be happy, it's glad.
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i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. so good to be with you. now, as we anticipate round two of the presidential debates, the trump campaign is hinting it might invoke bill clinton's sex scandals to turn people against hillary clinton. >> it's a questionable thing with bill clinton as well as with men surrounding himself in the campaign. here's cnn's kyung lah. >> i do cherish women. i love women. >> reporter: trump's critics question if that is really true. it's not only trump facing scrutiny. some of his closest advisers are as well. >> we need to have a fight within the republican party -- >> i agree with. you. >> reporter: steve bannon based misdemeanor domestic charges his ex-wife reporting he grabbed her that investigators say left marks on the left wrist and left
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side. those charges are dropped. the man behind fox news roger ailes is now an unofficial trump campaign whisperer, although trump won't officially acknowledge his role. fox news ousted ailes after multiple women accused him of sexual harassment most prominently anchor gretchen carlson. >> you're not supposed to gain 60 pounds during the year. >> reporter: that's former speaker of the house newt gingrich speaking this week defending trump's comments about alicia machado's weight gain after she won the crown. gingrich is a trump adviser. he and trump both have been marry lead times. both accused of infidelity. former wife -- >> he was asking to have an open marriage and i refused. >> reporter: then there's rudy giuliani, former new york city mayor and trump backer. after monday's debate, giuliani spoke to reporters bringing up
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bill clinton's affairs accusing him but hillary clinton. >> she attacked monica lewinsky. if you didn't know the moment that monica lewinsky said that bill clienten violated her, you're too stupid to be president. >> reporter: and rudy giuliani announced his separation at a press conference before telling her, his divorce and affair playing out publicly on new york tabloid front pages. trump closest adviser, not all male. his campaign manager is say woman kellyanne conway. another person who has his ears, also a woman, his daughter ivanka. kyung lah, cnn, los angeles. >> let's bring cnn commentator errol louis to talk about this. errol, welcome back. >> hello. >> so, help us understand the strategy here and it's coming from the group of men that kyung
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just reminds us up. donald trump said in "the new york times," he said he's bringing up mr. clinton's infidelities because he thought it would repulse voters against hillary clinton. she's ready for this, and do you think it will work? >> i don't think it will work, in part, because hillary clinton has already heard the worst things you could possibly hear on this tick laptparticular tope last 20 years. that part of strategy that is not going to work. as far as repulsing women, you know, that is sort of a two-edged sword. the nine wives between trump and giuliani and gingrich that your reporter just described are also going to repulse people. the kind of reality that exists not just donald trump in the
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organization with his campaign followers as well but also in the world of right wing radio. you know, you have this sort of discussion that's been going on for quite a long time about what a hypocrite she is, she's an inabler of this serial abuser, namely, her husband. okay. that's a point to be made but they've whipped this up as if this is somehow a big, big concern of the american public. and it simply is not. you can hear them talk about it day and night on right wing radio and on the blogs and on their websites, but for the relevant of the country it is of absolutely no concern, and the polls suggest that. they really support that. you know, i wish them good luck with that strategy. i suspect he may drop it as he did at the moment of truth during the first presidential debate. i think he might have sensed in his gut that it's just not worth it. it's not going to get him the votes that he needs. >> it's definitely different to suggest it at a phone interview or one of the rallies especially in a town hall format.
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this is a recent point of contention for donald trump. i want you to listen to what trump said about bill clinton back in 2008. >> i mean, look at the trouble bill clinton got into with something that was totally unimportant and they tried to impeach him which was nonsense. >> totally unimportant. do we know what the pivot point was? is this just purely political now this turn. or was there some moment between then and now that got him to that point? >> i think it's more the donald trump style. he has said it all the time he's a counterpuncher. you hit him with an issue, he'll turn around and try to throw it right back at you. in this case, his comments about and his policies regarding women have been a sore point. it's been something that hillary clinton has really dug in on. and so, it was the counterpunch that he came up with. it's not a very good counterpunch. and indeed it raises more questions than it answers. but that's what he's decided to
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stick to. he's got other advisers including roger stone, who have really tried to make a big deal of this. i think they're making a huge mistake. i think kellyanne conway, the campaign manager, who for the record is smarter than all of those guys combined is telling him this is not going to go well. or perhaps they should take this in a different direction or decide to drop that line of counters attacks. >> just three days away from the vice presidential debate. with this drum beat coming from trump and his allies, do you think that mike pence will introduce this? >> my sense is mike pence wants nothing do with any issues related to social conservative, because tim kaine is just waiting to whip him with all kinds of statements and policies and laws that were pressed and even passed, in indiana, relating to pay equity. redding to women's right to choose. relating to gay marriage.
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and it's not a winning formula for pence. i think he's going to try to stay away from it. >> ariel louis, thank you. why they're trying to influence the outcome of the election and could they? get 4 lines for $35 per month each with unlimited 4g lte data. switch today.
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more damning reports this morning that russia is trying to influence the presidential election. >> according to "time" magazine more than a dozen u.s. officials and law enforce meant have seen mounting evidence that quote
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russia leaders are undermining faith in the result in the democracy itself. >> this as the daily beast reports that they're blocking probes. let's talk to a national security correspondent for the daily beast and author of "at war: the rise in the military chiefs." and also matthew chance. shane, let me start with you, i think the first question on most people's mind that they want to know is about the severity of this hacking. can it truly modify election results here in the u.s.? >> well the short answer to that is no, thankfully. it would be very difficult for hackers to get into the voting machines and actually retabulate the votes or put votes in one candidate's row versus another. but what they can do is start to undermine public confidence in the integrity of the election system and start sowing doubt in people's minds that might be it would be rigged which is
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something that donald trump has been warning about as well. so the system itself is decentralized itself to help give resiliency but feeding this paranoia and suspension is what has officials worried right now. >> matthew, what do you know about the russian connection to these hacks? >> well, the russians for their part, they categorically deny there's any connection to them. and they say there's not much technical or motivating evidence to connect them directly to it. in a sense they're right. the digital footprint, fingerprints left by these hackers is very difficult to say, look, it definitely comes from russia. although there are technical experts that have reached that conclusion. the circumstantial evidence, however is quite compelling. i mean all of the individuals, the countries, whatever, that have been targeted with the hack attacks or the patrol attacks centralizing from russia are rivals of the kremlin. that is very powerful
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circumstantial evidence. the friends of putin, they didn't get attacked, it's just the critics of him. >> and donald trump referred to this on monday in the debate. let's listen. >> i don't know if anybody knows it's russia that broke into the dnc. she's saying russia, russia. main it was it could also be china. it could be lots of people. it could also be somebody sitting on their bed who weighs 400 pounds. you don't know who broke into the dnc. >> shane, what gives u.s. officials such confidence that it is russia behind the attacks? >> well there are particularly russian groups that have been connected in the past with u.s. government agencies. they use networks or servers or access or code that hasn't been made public yet. it's kind of forensic evidence, if you like. you see the traces and trade trends in other hacks studied
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recently. in the case of the dccc, we see the fingerprints of these russian groups. it's true that you never really have 100% accuracy with that. but there's that powerful circumstantial evidence. but also a lot of technical analysis and forensics, going on behind that that has led to what i would say is nearly a consensus in the intelligence community that the russian government is behind these operations. >> in an nbc interview back in july, president obama alluded to russia supporting donald trump. let's listen together. >> i know that experts have attributed this to the russians. what we do know is that the russians hacked our systems. not just government systems but private systems. but, you know, what the motives were in terms of the leaks, all that, i can't say directly. what i do know is that donald trump has repeatedly ex
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expressed admiration for vladimir putin. >> shane, you couple this with the daily beast report claiming that the russian, blocking probes into the nominee. what evidence is there to suggest that the russians are doing this to benefit the republican nominee? >> what we see is the russian hackers releasing information that tends to be embarrassing to democrats and to hillary clinton. there's a connection, too, between the e-mails that have been hacked and given to wikileaks. experts believe there's a reaction there and that the hackers are giving it to wikileaks in order to embarrass clinton. whether it's specifically meant to help trump or meddle with the entire system, but notably, you haven't seen information that's coming out that's damaging to other republicans. you haven't seen things like his
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financial records getting hacked. it tends to see that it's weighted towards one preferred outcome. of course, we know vladimir putin has ex pressed his admiration of donald trump and is no great fan of hillary clinton. >> matthew, respond to that and help us understand what motive there might be for russia to be behind this. >> well i mean, obviously, the concern is they want to undermine the u.s. political system. you know, to say, look, it's corrupt in the west, just like it is in russia. but i think it's really interesting that obama chose his words very carefully there and that the white house has not come out, despite all of this mounting evidence that we're reporting that there is now of russian involvement. it hasn't come out that says the russians are responsible for this and we're go going to take action against them it may be because that evidence is not there yet. or it may be because of desire consequences that could result in the white house actually fingering the kremlin for this
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specific hack for specifically trying to intervene in u.s. political elections. they've already got a difficult relationship with issues like syria where they're trying unsuccessfully to cooperate to bring a peace deal there. and they've got problem it's in ukraine where the russia annexed crimea. that would imake the relationshp even more difficult. >> shane, do you anticipate there are more hacks on the way for hillary clinton and the democratic camp and any for the republican camp? >> i think we should probably assume there might be some more leaks coming. there's been a pretty drip of them so far. i believe probably the clinton campaign is bracing for that as well. perhaps the trump campaign should, too. the russian operator might shift as we get closer to the election. >> matthew chance, shane harris, so grateful you both could join us today. thank you. this next one, kids say the darnest things, this time, about
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plus had less major bleeding. both made switching to eliquis right for me. ask your doctor if it's right for you. still remember where you were on monday night, sitting in front of the tv along with 84 other million people around the country watching monday's debate between hillary clinton and donald trump? it was record setting those numbers. >> some people watched with it their children, of course.
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according to those kids who watched, what's the first thing that a new president should do? gary tuckman sat down with some third graders in georgia to get an answer. >> reporter: at the woodward academy in college park, georgia, we talked to some 80 third grader. >> thank you for welcoming us to your school. >> you're welcome. >> it's nice to meet you. >> you too. >> do you know we have a presidential election coming up? >> yes. it's very complicatcomplicated. >> it is very complicated. who is running? >> hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton. >> who is the man and the woman. >> hillary is the girl. trump is the boy. >> i know a little bit about both of their stories a little. >> uh-huh. >> because trump has a wife and she's like a model kind of. and then hillary's husband or father was the president. >> well, her husband, bill clinton. so she would be the second president clinton.
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>> yeah. >> what's the first thing you think the new president should do? >> to make an announcement that everything like houses and stuff was half the price for a whole month. >> half the price for a whole month. who agrees with that? >> no, half price cars, half price everything. >> what do you think lexi about the candidates yelling at each other? >> i don't really like it when they do that. >> why don't you like that? >> because i don't like violence. >> they haven't touched each other, which would be really inappropriate or punched each other. >> screaming violence. >> yeah, that's what i mean. >> did you hear they just had a debate. >> yeah. >> what did you think about the debate? did you watch any of it? >> i thought it was torture. >> why was it torture? >> i don't know. >> all the screaming. >> i'm going to show you this video. i want you to watch and tell me what you think when we're done. >> you were totally out of control. i said there's a person with a temperament that's got a problem. >> secretary clinton. >> whoo. okay. >> see her little shimmy of her
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shoulders. what did you think of that? >> cool. >> i think she's like -- wait so that -- >> it's like what? >> kind of -- >> boogie. >> boogie. >> time to boogie at the debate. >> what advice would you give donald trump and hillary clinton if they were at this table. >> they were sitting here. i would say stop interrupting people. follow the golden rule. if you interrupt the other person, then you probably will get interrupted when you're trying to say something. >> it's just that they should just calm down, take a time-out. talk in a room that's quiet. >> so your feeling is if hillary clinton and donald trump were here, you would say take a time out? >> chill. >> just relax. >> take a chill pill. just take a chill pill. >> thank you for inviting us to your school. >> you're welcome. >> you're welcome. >> you're very nice. >> take a chill pill. if it were that easy. >> we should print up t-shirts, take a chill pill. >> they were so sweet.
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>> thanks. still ahead, it was a painful week for the third party ticket. first gary johnson failed another -- i don't know if we can call this a pop quiz. it wasn't a gotch ya question, just name one world leader you like. and then his running mate is heaping praise on hillary clinton. is their appeal starting to fade here? also, what do you do when there's two presidents sharing one plane and only one ready for takeoff. hey what's up, peyt? you know i've got directv nfl sunday ticket - i get every game, every sunday. all in hd. yeah. i know that. so you want to come over? i'll make nachos. i can't right now, man. i'm playing. alright. i'll pencil you in for tuesday. get nfl sunday ticket - only on directv. and watch live football anywhere. switch today and get $100 reward card.
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they're just like us. kind of. kind of. the cameras catching bit of a funny moment between president obama and bill clinton after the funeral, of course, of former israeli president shimon peres. it was a very serious moment. look at what was happening as they were trying to get back home. some say frustrated president obama. he is standing in the doorway of air force one, prepared to take off. he was waiting for bill clinton, though. look at him. he has already taken his blazer off. >> ready to go. >> he is ready to go. and saying come on, hurry up. >> i didn't know this but apparently bill clinton has a history of being late. i didn't know that. >> he finally made his way obviously on to air force one there. they did


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